The Center for Audit Quality has joined with the Council of Institutional Investors and the CFA Institute to come out in opposition of suspending mark-to-market or fair value accounting.
The organizations, which represent the nation’s public company auditors, institutional investors and chartered financial analysts, maintain that suspension of fair value accounting during the current financial climate would “deprive investors of critical financial information when it is needed most.”
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