The PCAOB Is Considering Naming Partners In a Separate Partner Naming Form
We're still on this, apparently, and the PCAOB isn't letting up. In an attempt to satisfy stakeholders, curious accounting tabloids, and industry lobbying groups and the firms they serve, the PCAOB is floating the idea of a new form that exists solely for the purpose of naming partners. "Form 5" would be filed shortly after […]
Audit Partners Will Definitely Be Named, We Just Don’t Know Where or How
This from ProPublica: In a letter dated August 15, Jeff Mahoney, the general counsel for the Council of Institutional Investors, a nonprofit that represents investment organizations with more than $3 trillion in assets under management, wrote, "to express our surprise and disappointment in the report earlier this week in the New York Times that the […]
If A Tree Falls at a PCAOB Public Meeting About Partner Naming and No One Cares, Does It Make a Sound?
"The day after Thanksgiving is known in America as Black Friday – the opening of the pre-Christmas shopping season, when merchants launch midnight sales and dubious oddball discounts, and hordes of turkey-stuffed consumers storm the malls like barbarians at the gates. This year the 4th of December should go down in Washington as Dull Grey […]