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A global survey finds that inspection findings are elevated, but declining

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A portion of the settlement agreement with the OSC will go to defrauded investors


The charge stemmed from using confidential lists of audit reviews to enhance the firm's results

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Comments are due Jan. 2


PwC and one of the firm's partners are paying US$7.9 million to settle allegations

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David Middendorf was convicted of wire fraud charges back in March

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The firm was fined US$950K for failing to comply with auditor independence rules

tax inspector investigating financial documents through magnifying glass, forensic accounting or financial forensics, inspecting offshore company financial papers, documents and reports.

The situation has improved generally over the past 15 years, but the CPAB sees the recent drop in reliability as a "critical concern"

  • By: IE Staff
  • March 29, 2019 October 17, 2019
  • 12:41
New recruit selected from a line of four

Benita Warmbold is the first woman to head the audit regulator's board

Judge gavel, scales of justice and law books in court

Convictions stem from a scheme to access confidential information about audits