The last of the 2021 Big 4 PCAOB inspection reports belongs to KPMG, which has had the highest audit deficiency rate of the four firms for six out of the previous seven years—the lone exception being 2019. Make that seven out of the last eight: In the 2021 inspection of KPMG LLP, the PCAOB assessed […]
Well, well, well, KPMG had a 14% increase in global revenue in its 2022 fiscal year that ended Sept. 30—the second largest year-over-year increase in revenue among the Big 4 firms behind Deloitte’s 18.1%. And of course there’s a press release: KPMG International announces strong annual aggregated revenues for KPMG firms globally of US$35 billion […]
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