The Professional Ethics Executive Committee of the American Institute of CPAs has proposed in an exposure draft a new ethics interpretation of rules to determine whether financial interests held by a company's external auditor impair independence.
The new interpretation under Rule 101 - Independence would define financial interest, direct financial interest and indirect financial interest as used in ethics interpretation 101-1 and would provide guidance to members on determining whether financial interests should be considered direct or indirect financial interests.
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