All Jeffrey Wada articles
SEC dismisses 42 cases after improper access findings
The Securities and Exchange Commission dismissed proceedings in 42 enforcement cases after disclosing improper staff access to restricted records at the agency occurred on a wider scale than initially identified.
Ex-KPMG audit head fined record $100K by PCAOB over cheating scandal
Scott Marcello, the former vice chair of audit at KPMG during the Big Four firm’s infamous cheating scandal, was fined a record $100,000 by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board for his supervision failures.
California accounting board fines KPMG $1.3M for cheating scandal
California and its Board of Accountancy has fined audit firm KPMG $1.3 million after elements of its inspection and internal exam cheating scandals were run through the state.
SEC bars former KPMG leader atop ‘chain of corruption’
The Securities and Exchange Commission has suspended a former KPMG leader from appearing or practicing before the SEC after he was convicted of a felony last year.