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The Public Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act of 2002 (Sarbanes/Oxley) and its Effect on the Remaining Four Major Accounting Firms and Their Clients

Focus of the Research
  •     Impact on current and future client relationships
  •     Opportunities for New Business Development
  •     Potential changes to Firm culture
  •     Fees and realization rate implications
  •     Impact on Firm governance
  •     Client selection process for Audit, Tax and Consulting services
Output of Study

This was a privately commissioned study by an MLDA client. (Research was conducted during 2002 and 2003.)



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