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This was a massive fraud involving senior management and the transfer of billions of dollars of liabilities to off balance sheet afﬁliates, among other fraudulent practices. , management dominated by one strong personality), as well as speciﬁc risks with particular accounts. The auditors did not appropriately tailor the audit approach and Additional Topics National Trade Trust 1/30/98 Bloomington 1271 Firstmark 6/8/00 Edwards, Faust & Smith 1220 CEC 2/7/00 Clancy & Co 1405 Waste Mgmt 6/19/01 Andersen 1510 Itex Corp.
Check plus, check, or check minus) based on the students’ ability to identify the key points and relate these points to relevant auditing concepts, as well as their overall written (and, if applicable, verbal) skills. I have found that, overall, the students seem to summarize most of the key points and that a simple grading scheme appears to sufﬁciently differentiate the quality of submissions. This scale would most likely not be appropriate for more comprehensive assignments, especially in a graduate course.
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