The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board held a daylong meeting to gauge reaction to its proposal for mandatory audit firm rotation.
The San Francisco roundtable followed a two-day meeting in March in Washington, D.C. (see Hot Topic, Cool Talk (Mostly)). Many of the comments seemed more supportive of the concept of requiring public companies to rotate their auditing firms.
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