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The PCAOB has issued new guidance to auditors about how to comply with new rules on auditing estimates, supervising specialists, and relying on their work.
It’s been an intense year for the audit industry in the United Kingdom—and things are expected only to get tougher as a new audit regulator, with new leadership and stronger statutory powers, prepares to take the reins.
Deutsche Bank has become the latest financial institution to pay a penalty for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act over questionable hiring practices, showcasing a litany of compliance failures.
FASB is proposing another accounting delay, this time for a standard that will change the way companies recognize long-term insurance obligations.
Sweeping, open allegations of fraud against major public companies raise fresh questions about the effectiveness of regulatory whistleblower programs.
American Airlines has agreed to pay $22.1 million to resolve allegations of violations of the False Claims Act regarding the reporting of international delivery times.
Pharmaceutical company TherapeuticsMD agreed to pay a $200,000 penalty to resolve charges brought by the SEC for Reg FD violations. The case imparts some compliance lessons.
The DOJ has now closed its investigation into medical device company Misonix—about a month after the SEC closed its probe—without bringing enforcement actions. The FCPA investigation still resulted in some extensive anti-corruption compliance reforms.