The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board plans to meet to discuss rules on reporting by registered public accounting firms and succeeding to a predecessor firm's registration status.

The PCAOB will consider adopting rules that would require annual and special reporting of specified information by accounting firms. The information would be made publicly available, subject to certain exceptions for confidential information. Any rules that the PCAOB adopts would form the foundation of its reporting regime for registered firms.

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