The chief executives of the six largest accounting firms pushed for global convergence of accounting standards, better audit quality and principles-based accounting standards at a symposium.

They issued a report about a roundtable discussion they had been conducting on topics such as the convergence of international financial reporting standards with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. They favored broader principles-based standards like IFRS over rules-based standards like GAAP.

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