Former Chief Risk Officer At Deloitte Charged By SECMark Melin
The former chief risk officer for Deloitte & Touche pushed the limits of his risk management in a casino that was an accounting client and has been charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission and suspended for at least two years.
Taking markers from casino client impaired auditor's objectivity
The SEC charged that James Adams accepted payments that impaired the auditor’s objectivity and impartiality, according to the complaint. The SEC accuses . . .
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