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3May/12Off

Leading SEC Registrant Auditors for 2012

The 12 largest auditors of SEC registrants (Ernst & Young/New York; PwC/New York; KPMG/New York; Deloitte/New York; Grant Thornton/Chicago; BDO USA/Chicago; McGladrey & Pullen/Minneapolis; MaloneBailey/Houston; Crowe Horwath/Oak Brook, Ill.; M&K/Houston; Marcum/Melville, N.Y. and De Joya Griffith & Co./Henderson, Nev.) audit more than half, 53.9%, of the SEC registrant clients, according to the 2012 SEC registrant auditor analysis by AuditAnalytics.com and ANR.

27Jan/12Off

KPMG Wins Q4 Audit Crown

KPMG’s first place finish in ANR’s analysis of the fourth quarter SEC auditor change data marked the first time in 2011 a firm made a return trip to the quarterly audit winner’s circle.

29Aug/11Off

ANR’s 2011 Who Audits the Banks

26Apr/11Off

E&Y Places First in Q1 Auditor Change Rankings

Q1 Audit Rankings

In searching for a reason to explain Ernst & Young’s Q1 2011 overall first place finish in ANR’s auditor change rankings you don’t need to look much further than the fact the firm won three engagements in excess of $1 billion in annual revenue, while only one other $1 billion pus engagement traded hands in the quarter. 

ANR’s auditor change analysis is based on quarterly SEC auditor change data compiled by AuditAnalytics.com.

29Mar/11Off

E&Y Holds Largest Share of Benefit Plan Audits

Top 10 Benefit Plans

Ernst & Young holds the largest share of benefit plan audits according to ANR's benefit plan auditor analysis , compiled by AuditAnalytics.com.

The firm audits 229 total benefit plans, good for an overall share of 15.2%. Deloitte holds the second-largest total of benefit plans with 11.9% or 180. KPMG rounds out the top three with 171 total benefit plans audited, good for an 11.3% share. PwC placed No. 4 in the total number of benefit plans audited with 132.

   
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