The majority of attendees at a roundtable discussion Thursday in Washington, D.C., on enhancing the ethics standards for accountants favored changes by the International Ethics Standards Board of Accountants to permit reporting of illegal acts.

However, consensus remained elusive regarding the threshold question of who should be informed of suspected misconduct before external reporting is authorized.

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