PCAOB Finally Gonna Vote on Partner Disclosure

The PCAOB announced earlier today that it will hold an open meeting next Tuesday to vote on the disclosure rules for naming the audit partner and other accounting firms that participated in the audit. I'm told that it will be a unanimous approval.

With that in mind, it's more than a little bit ironic that there's such an outpouring of auditor pride today, but it took over 6 years (and counting) to convince people that audit partners need to put their names on their work.

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