KPMG's U.S. business has offered to publish annual accounts if lawmakers provide auditors with protection against potentially catastrophic negligence claims, according to a published report.

KPMG LLP chief executive Eugene O'Kelly told the Financial Times this week that he was considering the case for issuing annual accounts, adding that action by lawmakers to limit auditors' liability could make the move possible.

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