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Are Voluntary Internal Controls-Related Audit Report Disclosures Informative in IPOs?

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) requires management and auditors to opine on the effectiveness of internal controls for many public companies. One intention of SOX is to improve the reliability of information public companies provide to the financial markets (COSO 2006; PCAOB 2004). 1,484 more words

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Auditor Changes week ending 15 Nov 2015

Sometimes, a company just takes its time when reporting an auditor change. Golden Eagle International’s auditor resigned back in May. The company reported it this week in an 8-K, also noting a new auditor has not yet been engaged. 335 more words

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Auditor Changes week ending 01 Nov 2015

Here are this week’s auditor changes:

Filing Date Company Location Old Auditor New Auditor Dismissal / Resignation 10/26/2015 Marvell Technology Group Limited 223 more words
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Auditor Changes week ending 25 Oct 2015

The merger we’ve all been waiting for finally happened; Cutler & Co. LLC merged with Pritchett, Siler & Hardy PC. The new entity will be called…Pritchett, Siler & Hardy PC. 321 more words

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AS 18 creates a new buzz about related-party transactions for the audit of 2015

by Cydney Posner

As discussed in this PubCo post, last year the PCAOB adopted Auditing Standard No. 18, Related Parties, addressing related-party transactions, significant unusual transactions and transactions with executive officers. 1,108 more words


Here’s why you can’t trust a company’s financials

Audit firms seem to be spinning opinions out of thin air.

At least that’s the case in more than one in four audits, according to a report issued on Thursday by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). 607 more words