The Securities and Exchange Commission is asking public companies to detail their exposure to distressed crypto entities following the collapse of trading platform FTX and its affiliates.
In a notice posted to its website Thursday, the SEC said companies may have disclosure obligations related to the direct or indirect impact that recent crypto bankruptcies may have had on their businesses. It provided a list of sample questions that agency staff may pose to certain issuers based on their circumstances.
Some of the SEC’s queries focused on counterparty risk that public companies may have to crypto-market participants that have filed for bankruptcy, faced heavy redemptions or suspended withdrawals from customers.
Source: SEC Asks Public Companies for More Information About Crypto Exposure – WSJ