RegulationAccounting StandardsPCAOB searching UK for new recruits

PCAOB searching UK for new recruits

US financial reporting watchdog set to attract interest from UK CPAs

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) is hoping to attract
accountants in the UK for positions vacant in its Washington DC office by
advertising the roles in UK publications.

The PCAOB is advertising for the position of associate director of IFRS,
among others, with comprehensive knowledge of GAAP, IFRS and PCAOB auditing
standards required.

The watchdog is seeking to attract CPAs who have achieved the level of audit
partner and who ‘have extensive experience in audits of publicly traded
multinational companies.’

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