PCAOB noted firms’ improper application of AS5

Are you feeling the effects of the PCAOB’s recent inspections report as external auditing firms are pushing down demands for more evidence, more testing and generally more work from companies subject to SOX requirements?

Special thanks to Les Sussman (Senior Practice Leader of RGP’s Governance, Risk and Compliance practice) and Jason Chiang (RGP Consultant for 4 years has more than 15 years experience as audit and risk mangement professional) for presenting the key findings of the recent PCAOB Inspections Report and discussing the root causes of their reported deficiencies in our recent webinar.

Check out the following graphic for a summary of key points presented, or go directly to the recording of the related webinar (60 minutes). Presentation slides may be accessed in your online policyIQ Help guide (download the slides from the Attachments/Links tab).


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About Stephenie Buehrle

Stephenie is the “solutions” expert on the policyIQ team. With RGP since 2004, she designs and develops solutions that capitalize on the best practices of the hundreds of companies that she has touched, while tailoring each configuration to meet the unique needs of each client. Before joining RGP and the policyIQ team, Stephenie enjoyed working as an independent consultant in the non-profit sector. Stephenie also previously performed analyst services for a major brewer ranging from roles in biological and chemical services to analytical roles in business process improvement and innovation. Stephenie quips that she still doesn’t know what she wants to be when she grows up, but hopes to spend her days helping others (companies, individuals, and communities) to realize their full potential.

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  1. Pingback: Which part of your SOX process to you want to improve? This list of resources will help. | policyIQ Blog

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