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U.S. SEC Tough on Asian Disclosure, Accounting Abuses as Investment Professionals Demand Progress

Fraudulent financial reporting is such a major concern in Asia that U.S. regulators are now getting involved — a reminder to investors of the potential perils posed by companies that are listed in foreign countries, whether through a reverse merger or IPO.

Let’s Make the Auditor Report More Informative

Similar to market crises and accountancy-related corporate scandals that have occurred in the past, the extent to which auditors act in the interests of investors has yet again been brought into sharp focus in the aftermath of the 2007-2009… READ MORE ›

Investor Preferences Being Considered for Auditor’s Reporting Model

When the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Office of the Chief Auditor (OCA) presented an update on 22 March on outreach to investors and others about changes to the auditor’s reporting model, it cited… READ MORE ›

Never Mind the PCAOB, Here Comes the Martin Act train

News of New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s decision to file a civil lawsuit against Ernst and Young LLP for its role as auditor to Lehman Brothers is just the latest crack to develop in the… READ MORE ›

Audit Firms Get Their Grades

Check out the latest accounting industry score card (PDF) from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), the U.S. regulator of accounting firms, which looked at the performance of such firms during the… READ MORE ›



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