September 24, 2022

open meetings

OMG, the PCAOB Is Actually Holding an Open Meeting!

I hope everyone at the PCAOB remembers what to do during an open meeting. It’s been a while. The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board will hold an open meeting on Tuesday, November 19, at 10 a.m. ET, to consider the adoption of the PCAOB budget for the 2020 fiscal year and the 2019-2023 strategic plan. […]

The PCAOB Is Sorry for the Mess

With PwC CAKEgate in the rearviewmirror, the PCAOB appears to have taken a look around and decided it wants to tidy up a bit by shuffling around its auditing standards. Naturally, Doty & Co. like to run things by everyone first…everyone who has an opinion anyway: The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has scheduled an […]

Happening Now: Live-Tweeting the PCAOB Auditor Rotation Open Meeting

If you have absolutely nothing to do this afternoon and were unable to book a flight to DC in time to sit in on the fantastic PCAOB independence and auditor rotation meeting happening NOW, Colin is live-tweeting from @going_concern all afternoon. If you are looking for snarky, possibly unnecessary criticism of Big 4 (+ GT) […]

PCAOB Is Giving You a Second Chance to Tell Them How Much You Love the Idea of Auditor Rotation

Yesterday, Monday Morning Auditor that everyone loves to hate, the PCAOB, announced that they would be having an open meeting on March 21-22 that will focus on auditor independence and rotation. Sorry! I meant auditor term limits. Anyway, there are going to be several big names on various panels including Paul Volcker, Harvey Pitt, Arthur Levitt, […]