PracticeAuditAATV: Satyam and banking audits

AATV: Satyam and banking audits

Peter Wyman discusses the potential damage to PwC from the Satyam scandal and whether banking audit needs an overhaul

In the fourth and final part of our special interview, PricewaterhouseCoopers
global leader of public policy Peter Wyman looks at the damage caused to the
firm by the Satyam scandal and whether the recent financial crisis should signal
a change in the way banks are audited.

View the other parts of this interview by clicking on the links below:

Part one: G20 and accounting
standards

Part two: The SEC and limited
liability agreements

Part three: Litigation
against accounting networks

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