Fight For Investor Protections Turns To Doty And PCAOBMark Melin
A financial services fight currently taking shape within the Securities and Exchange Commission is reflective of a common theme over the last 15 years. The battle over the future of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, or PCAOB, and the agency’s embattled chair, James Doty, at times is a battle between institutional investors seeking better disclosure in audits and the big four auditors who seek relaxed auditing standards.
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