클래식 파일 유형은 2020 년 12 월 Flash가 종료되면서 지원이 중단됩니다. 중단을 방지하려면 파일을 다음 세대로 전환하십시오. 더 알아보기

Using Certifications for electronic signatures for 10Q/10K

댓글

댓글 2개

  • Mike

    Hi Elizabeth!

    Great question. This sounds similar to this one from last November. TL;DR - the Workiva Certification module + our audit logs would satisfy the requirements outlined by the SEC. As noted, though, we always encourage customers to consult with their own legal team on their interpretations too. That being said, we'd be terribly curious too on anyone who has been taking this approach.

    0
  • Dale Karasek

    The following is from the EDGAR Filing Manual:

    If a signatory signs this authentication document using an electronic signature, the signing
    process must, at a minimum:
    (1) require the signatory to present a physical, logical, or digital credential that authenticates the
    signatory’s individual identity;
    (2) reasonably provide for non-repudiation of the signature;
    (3) provide that the signature be attached, affixed, or otherwise logically associated with the
    signature page or document being signed; and
    (4) include a timestamp to record the date and time of the signature.

    It may be best to reach out to Workiva's legal team to see if using the Certifications module meets the process requirements?

    Orbit, Adobe Sign and DocuSign are some of the leading electronic signature providers. We use DocuSign and discussed w/our legal counsel if it was acceptable and satisfied Reg S-T. 

     

    0

댓글을 남기려면 로그인하세요.