The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board voted Tuesday to issue a concept release that proposes requiring public companies to change their auditing firms after a certain number of years.
The concept release aims to solicit comments from the public on this and other ways to encourage greater auditor independence, objectivity and professional skepticism. Comments are due back to the board by Dec. 14.
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