The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board plans to hold a meeting next Wednesday to discuss re-proposing a requirement for auditing firms to disclose in the auditor’s report the names of the engagement partner and certain other participants in the audit.
The proposal has met with resistance from audit firms in the past, but amid continuing problems with audit quality, the board wants to reconsider the proposal as a way to improve the transparency of audits.
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