Big Four firms Ernst & Young and KPMG came out of 2012 on high note in the market for Securities and Exchange Commission audit clients, ending the year with respectable gains, and dominating the league tables on a number of measures. (See our list of major firm wins and losses.)

They weren't the only firms with reason to be pleased with themselves, though, as several other auditors turned in noteworthy performances, including BDO USA, Marcum, MaloneBailey and Weinberg & Co.

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