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First American Corporation - Spin-off
... June 1, 2010 marked the separation of the First American Corporation's financial services operations and its information solutions businesses into two ... The spin-off was intended to allow First American to focus solely on its core businesses ... As part of a spin-off transaction, First American Financial Corporation common stock was distributed to shareholders of The First American Corporation on June 1, 2010 ...
First American Corporation
... First American Financial Corporation is a United States financial services company and is a leading provider of title insurance and settlement services to the real ... First American provides financial services through its Title Insurance and Services segment and its Specialty Insurance segment ... The First American Family of Companies’ core business lines include title insurance and closing/settlement services title plant management services ...
Financial Regulation
... Financial regulation is a form of regulation or supervision, which subjects financial institutions to certain requirements, restrictions and guidelines, aiming to maintain the ...
Financial Audit
... A financial audit, or more accurately, an audit of financial statements, is the verification of the financial statements of a legal entity, with a view to ... The audit opinion is intended to provide reasonable assurance that the financial statements are presented fairly, in all material respects, and/or give a true and fair view in accordance with the ... of confidence of intended users in the financial statements ...
Financial Audit - Stages of An Audit
... A financial audit is performed before the release of the financial statements (typically on an annual basis), and will overlap the year-end (the date which the financial statements relate to) ...

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