China

shanghai

EY to offer legal advice in China through local affiliation

EY launches legal services arm in China by incorporating local firm Chen & Co into its network

20 Feb 2014

Big Four

Big Four China units appeal US audit ban

Big Four Chinese affiliates appeal SEC ruling barring them from auditing US listed companies

17 Feb 2014

China map

Audit in their hands: what China can tell us about rotation

Chinese audit reform has led to a cut in fees but no contracts moving outside the Big Four, Gavin Hinks finds

30 Jan 2014

China hits back over Big Four US audit ban

Chinese securities regulator expressed "deep regret" over SEC decision to ban Big Four from auditing Chinese companies listed on US stock exchange

27 Jan 2014

SEC judge suspends Big Four China units

Judge calls for Chinese affiliates of Big Four to be barred from working for any US-listed Chinese companies for six months

23 Jan 2014

Merged Chinese firm looks to retain RSM and Crowe Horwath

RSM and Crowe Horwath Chinese firms merge - but wants to keep membership of both networks

07 Jun 2013

Deloitte China asks court to dismiss US SEC audit case

Deloitte's Chinese arm calls for courts to dismiss attempts made by US regulators to obtain audit work papers

29 May 2013

Deloitte sued over "reckless" failings in ChinaCast audit

Lawsuit filed in New York claims Deloitte signed on the accounts of ChinaCast "that were almost entirely false"

21 Feb 2013

Big Four caught in US v China audit argument

SEC accuses Chinese affiliates of Big Four and BDO of breaking securities laws by withholding audit paperwork

05 Dec 2012

Chinese audit firms set to challenge the world

The next decade could see five of China's biggest audit firms become domestically rather than foreign-owned, writes Geoff Barnes, CEO and president of Baker Tilly International

02 Nov 2012

China will help create Big Six

Asian accounting growth the most likely route to Big Four competition, says Sir David Tweedie

05 Apr 2012

US regulators play hardball, China plays hard to get

China has backtracked on moves towards joint audit oversight and the US looks increasingly belligerent

17 Nov 2011

China audit strife prompts patriotic retort

Disagreements over audit inspections led a Chinese official to call for US-listed companies to "de-list and come home"

15 Nov 2011

SEC's Deloitte subpoena attacked by US court

The SEC must show precedent for bypassing the Hague Convention in its subpoena of Deloitte China, a judge has ruled

10 Oct 2011

SEC subpoenas Deloitte Shanghai after client fraud

US regulator the SEC has called Deloitte Shanghai to court after it refused to give up audit documents pertaining to client fraud

09 Sep 2011

PCAOB: Chinese regulators can no longer shut the door

PCAOB chairman says China must cooperate on trans-border audit oversight to keep markets happy

18 Aug 2011

UHY recruits China member firm

One of Shanghai's largest firms, ZhongHua, joins the UHY international network

15 Aug 2011

US WLTM Chinese regulator

Chinese regulators unimpressed by US courtship ritual

12 Aug 2011

US regulators seek China cooperation

The PCAOB has met with its Chinese counterpart to share knowledge and call for greater oversight cooperation

09 Aug 2011

China accounting lands investors in hot water

China accounting back under spotlight as two more companies give investors a headache

25 Jul 2011

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