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  • In separate proceedings against China Century Dragon, the SEC alleges MaloneBailey resigned because of alleged discrepancies in customer orders and the auditor's "inability to directly verify the company's bank records."

    SEC Moves on 2 China Firms

  • Brokerages also would have to share their auditor's work with regulators performing inspections.

    SEC Proposes Post-Madoff Rules for Brokerages

  • Their divergent fortunes also emphasize the tensions between an auditor's obligations to its client and its responsibility to the public.

    Lehman Auditor May Bear The Brunt

  • We really cannot afford the attorney who prepared the return for help with the audit, as he would charge $14,000 for the initial response to the auditor's request for information.

    Color of Money Live

  • In a statement late Monday, Reliance Industries said it couldn't comment on "specific issues", as it hadn't received a copy of the federal auditor's report.

    India Shares End Higher, But Inflation Data Weighs

  • Currently, the auditor's opinion included in every annual report is "pass-fail": Either a company is fairly presenting its financial statements in the auditor's eyes, or it isn't.

    Auditors Urged to Tell More

  • Such a report could include information about the auditor's views on matters like the judgments, estimates and accounting policies a company's management uses to formulate its financial statements.

    Auditors Urged to Tell More

  • A March survey of its members by the CFA Institute, a group of financial analysts who work with individual investors, found 58% of those surveyed think the auditor's report should provide more specific information.

    Auditors Urged to Tell More

  • The company's chief financial officer and its audit-committee chairman have resigned, and trading in China-Biotics shares on the Nasdaq Stock Market has been halted since June 15 in the wake of the auditor's concerns.

    Auditors Sharpen Queries In China

  • James Doty , chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, which regulates U.S. audit firms, told a Senate panel in April that the board had found "even simple audit maxims, such as maintaining the auditor's control over bank confirmations, may not hold given the business culture in China."

    Auditors Sharpen Queries In China

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