ARTICLE - Banking-Auditing - WORKPAPER REVIEWS: WHAT YOU CAN DO - Banking regulators have a legitimate interest in examining auditors' workpapers. Parties on both sides of the table are working to address confidentiality issues and regulatory requirements.
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