All that work Dave Camp put into his tax reform plan did not go unnoticed. Oh sure, human carrot John Boehner didn't get too excited about it, but PwC was impressed enough that they hired Camp as a senior policy advisor in their Washington National Tax Services practice. Here are Bob Moritz and Mark Mendola saying […]
So far, KPMG has not been posting passive aggressive status updates on Facebook in revenge: The trustees for the South Dakota Retirement System have replaced its auditor, who is being sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for the way he handled TierOne Bank's audits. The system's trustees chose the Eide Bailly firm, which has […]
Remember Weatherford International? That’s the oil services company that had a ton of material weakness around their tax accounting that led to $500 million error. This resulted in restatements, a humiliated CFO and the Chief Accounting Officer resigning “to pursue other opportunities.”
But now, four months later, everyone has moved on and the company has some new blood:
Weatherford International Ltd. […] announced today that John H. Briscoe has agreed to join the company as Vice President –Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Briscoe will report to the company’s Chief Financial Officer.
Mr. Briscoe served as Vice President and Controller of Transocean Ltd. from October 2007 to present. He also fulfilled additional roles in internal audit, investor relations and field finance. Prior to joining Transocean in 2005, Mr. Briscoe served as Ferrellgas Inc.’s Vice President of Accounting and served in other senior roles during his eight years with the company. Mr. Briscoe also served as Controller for Latin America for Dresser Industries Inc. Mr. Briscoe started his career with seven years in public accounting beginning with the firm of KPMG and ending with Ernst & Young as an Audit Manager. Mr. Briscoe is a certified public accountant.
Yes, that Transocean.