After trade groups went public with auditor guidance outlined by the American Institute of CPAs in a draft white paper, a number of groups on Wall Street have turned to the federal government with their own concerns.
The draft guidance reportedly recommends that auditors remain silent during "due diligence" meetings with underwriters, before securities are sold to the public.
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