PwC announced its new partner class last week and it's a reminder that becoming a partner in accounting firm is an impressive career milestone.
For the last several years, we've enjoyed announcing the new PwC partners in these pages.
After nearly seven years since the first concept release, the SEC approved the PCAOB's rules for disclosing the names of audit engagement partners and other participating firms.
And because this is 2016, he tweeted it:
What is the worst inventory observation you've ever done? My coworker once counted grain and had to scale the enormous storage vat and look down into it. That wouldn't work for me.
If you have career aspirations to be a partner at an accounting firm, achieving the status of a "non-equity partner" might not be what you had in mind.
In case you needed another crummy datapoint to help illustrate the gender disparity at the partner level in the accounting profession, this finding from the AICPA's Women’s Initiatives Executive Committee CPA Firm Gender Survey should do the trick:
Huh. This looks familiar.
Grant Thornton deified 50 new partners on August 1st, according to a firm press release.
Another month, another set of closing jokes.