Canadian public accounting firms of all sizes need to do more to improve audit quality and adhere consistently to internal and professional standards, the Canadian Public Accountability Board said.
In its fourth public report on inspections of firms, the board made recommendations to every one of the firms it inspected, and placed requirements on a trio of smaller firms -- meaning that they cannot accept new audit clients until they have implemented the board’s recommendations.
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