Jere Francis: ‘Auditors are not really what people think they are’

8 January 2020

Jere Francis: ‘Auditors are not really what people think they are’

As a knowledgeable non-European, the American professor Jere Francis can provide a relatively objective view on the current developments in the field of auditing in The Netherlands: ‘I think, that if there is a structural deficit, it is not in the organizational aspect of the audit firms, rather than in the limits of the investigative tools of the auditors’.

To read the full interview, please click here (opens in pdf).

(Note: the Dutch version of this article has been published in the 2019 Q4-edition of Accountant).


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