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Audit oversight regulators meet in Tokyo

Regulators discuss oversight co-operation at meeting in Japan

Audit regulators, under the umbrella of the International Forum of
Independent Audit Regulators, have met in Tokyo today to discuss oversight
co-operation in the oversight of public company auditors.

The US Public Company Accounting
Oversight Board
also announced that it would accept IFIAR’s invitation to
become a full member of the organisation.

PCAOB chairman Mark Olson also met with his Japanese
and Korean oversight regulators, to discuss co-operation in auditor oversight.

Further reading:

PCAOB
Meets with Asian Counterparts to Discuss Cooperation on Auditor Oversight

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