audit firms

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  • The players are selected through a draw conducted by a private auditing firm.
  • He avoided legal action on that occasion, although action was taken against an audit firm.
  • All the votes go to an independent auditing firm who determine the final winner.
  • Having this additional working relationship with the client would result in questions being asked of the independence of the audit firm.
  • Two years later, after gaining his qualifications, he joined an auditing firm.
  • This would mean the audit firm would be dependent on the directors and they would no longer be working with independence.
  • A business may want the auditing firm to be involved throughout the process to catch problems earlier on so that they can be fixed more easily.
  • His first job after graduating was in an audit firm.
  • Audit firms frequently develop general protocols that can be applied to a broad range of companies/operations.
  • This gives the directors of the large company a commanding position over its audit firm and they may look to take advantage of it.
  • No audit firm wants to have to explain to the press the loss of a big client.
  • The organization of audit firms has been a subject of debate in recent years on account of liability issues.
  • It is common for the audit firm of a company to provide extra services as well as performing the audit.
  • It further said that its powers of investigation were limited by their inability to question the outgoing audit firm.
  • Thirty percent of the Commission's audits were carried out by five private audit firms.
  • A joint audit has a further benefit in that it can encourage more competition between audit firms.
  • After two years at the company, Ntalami joined international audit firm Ernst and Young.
  • It was later described as "the first major auditing firm to be established in the country by American rather than British accountants."
  • Zimmerman had also previously been employed at a car dealership and a mortgage audit firm.
  • These are written by private sector audit firms in much the same manner as the NAO reports on Central Government.
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