The nation's largest publicly traded financial companies can expect close scrutiny of their financial statements and disclosures on executive compensation from the Securities and Exchange Commission next year, a senior official said Tuesday.

Companies targeted for such reviews will include the nine that have agreed to a $125 billion capital injection from the Treasury Department, John White, the SEC's corporation finance director, said in prepared remarks to an executive compensation conference in New Orleans.

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