In an extended four-part interview with Peter Wyman, Gavin Hinks and
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ global leader of public policy look in detail at some of
the major challenges facing the profession today. Topics include the G20’s
influence on the future development of accounting standards, how the SEC could
scupper limited liability agreements in the UK, what role litigation might play
in the future of accounting networks, the Satyam scandal and whether the way
banks are audited needs to change.
Click on the links below to view the four parts of this interview:
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