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December 10, 2015

Posted  January 28, 2016

Through orders instituting settled administrative proceedings, the SEC suspended five accountants and two associated auditing firms from practicing or appearing before the SEC.  The SEC’s orders found that the accountants and firms at various times performed deficient audits of public companies, jeopardized the independence of other audits, falsified and backdated audit documents, and violated other key rules designed to preserve the integrity of the financial reporting system. SEC

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