Orient Paper’s Auditor Left Out That Part About Not Being Licensed

Details-shmetails.

In an 8-K regulatory filing and in a press release, Orient Paper said it was unaware of the problem until recently. Called the Davis Accounting Group, the Cedar City, Utah-based audit firm was supposed to be licensed by its home state, but its license lapsed in September 2008 and was formally revoked as of November last year. “During the time when Davis Accounting was retained by the Company, Davis Accounting represented that it was in good standing,” Orient Paper said in its press release.

Other than that, everything is kosh. Deloitte even said so. BDO Hong Kong is doing the restatements so everyone can pretend this never happened.

Orient Paper: Ex-Auditor Forces 2008 Re-Audit [TS]

Details-shmetails.

In an 8-K regulatory filing and in a press release, Orient Paper said it was unaware of the problem until recently. Called the Davis Accounting Group, the Cedar City, Utah-based audit firm was supposed to be licensed by its home state, but its license lapsed in September 2008 and was formally revoked as of November last year. “During the time when Davis Accounting was retained by the Company, Davis Accounting represented that it was in good standing,” Orient Paper said in its press release.

Other than that, everything is kosh. Deloitte even said so. BDO Hong Kong is doing the restatements so everyone can pretend this never happened.

Orient Paper: Ex-Auditor Forces 2008 Re-Audit [TS]

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