Two PCAOB Members Resigning
The departures of Rebekah Goshorn Jurata and Megan Zietsman come as the SEC weighs the appointment of an entire new board.
EY, Partners Charged With Auditor Independence Violations
The charges may reignite the discussion around the too-cozy relationship of some finance executives and their audit firms.
10 CFO Tips for the SPAC Transition
How to navigate both the “going public” and “being public” phases.
Gensler Ousts PCAOB Chair; Other Board Members to Follow
Besides removing William D. Duhnke III, the SEC said it intends to seek candidates to fill the other Board positions.
PCAOB Critics Call On Gensler to Clean House
"We do not believe the current Board members are up to the task of re-focusing the PCAOB on its core mission," says an investor group.
CPA Charged With Violating Auditing Rules
Christopher Knauth allegedly performed an audit of a public company even though his firm was not registered with the PCAOB.
PCAOB Forms Stakeholder Advisory Group
The 18-person panel will have three seats each for audit committee members or directors and financial reporting oversight personnel, including CFOs.
Audit Chairs Give 2020 Audits Mixed Reviews
In discussions with the PCAOB, audit committee chairs cited areas of auditor strengths and weaknesses.
Kaiser to Leave PCAOB; Chief Auditor to Replace Him
Megan Zietsman, chief auditor and director of professional standards of the PCAOB, will replace Jim Kaiser, who is retiring.
Anti-Trust: The Battle Over China-Based Issuers
China-based companies are still not complying with PCAOB audit inspections. Does Congress have the answer?
Audit Partner Rotation Delivers Few Benefits: Study
Studies find no significant fall-offs in reporting quality over partners’ five-year tenures and little or no evidence of the benefits of "fresh looks."