KPMG Turns the Page

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According to Accounting Today, KPMG is appointing new leaders to its U.S. audit, tax and advisory businesses, as well as a new leader in charge of growth & strategy, in an effort to boost its reputation after a number of scandals. Questions: What was the scandal involving PCAOB inspections of the firm? What were the… Read more »

Who will decide the fate of the CFPB?

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Today, according to VOX, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear a lawsuit challenging the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Questions: According to the article, who championed the establishment of the CFPB? In general, who leads most federal agencies and who leads most independent agencies by contrast? How is the… Read more »

International Auditing Inspections

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PCAOB Chairman James R. Doty sees the audit profession as being at a turning point, not just in the U.S., but globally. One of Doty’s greatest priorities is gaining access to China to conduct inspections of PCAOB-registered firms. He said that meaningful progress was made at the May 9 U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue that… Read more »