September 18, 2020

The PCAOB Is Pleased with How the Whistleblowing Has Gone

“We thought auditors and investors would like to have an avenue to report violations of accounting and auditing standards and financial fraud.”

~ Claudius Modesti, PCAOB Enforcement and Investigations Division director. Last year, the Board fielded 179 tips – a record – that alleged wrongdoing by audit firms and their employees.

“We thought auditors and investors would like to have an avenue to report violations of accounting and auditing standards and financial fraud.”

~ Claudius Modesti, PCAOB Enforcement and Investigations Division director. Last year, the Board fielded 179 tips – a record – that alleged wrongdoing by audit firms and their employees.

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