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Fired KPMG Audit Head Fined Over Failure To Supervise Senior Auditors (Updated: 4-5-2022) Big (4) Audit Firms Blasted By PCAOB And Gary Gensler, Head Of SEC (#GotBitcoin)
The PCAOB said it is the first time the U.S. audit watchdog has brought such a charge against an individual.
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The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board said it fined the fired former head of KPMG LLP’s U.S. audit business $100,000, the largest monetary penalty it’s ever imposed on an individual in a settled case.
Scott Marcello in 2017 was fired as the professional-services firm’s vice chair of audit over a leak of confidential information. KPMG at the time said it terminated Mr. Marcello and four other partners for mishandling a tip that gave the firm improper advance word about which of its audits the PCAOB planned to scrutinize in its annual inspections.
The so-called “steal the exam” scandal led to KPMG paying a $50 million settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2019 and a one-year prison sentence for Mr. Marcello’s deputy, David Middendorf, who later appealed his conviction.
The U.S. audit watchdog on Tuesday said Mr. Marcello failed to reasonably supervise senior auditors who engaged in the scheme to improve KPMG’s inspection results. The PCAOB said the case marks the first time it has imposed sanctions for a failure to supervise employees. The SEC, which oversees the PCAOB, rarely charges firms or people with failure to supervise in its enforcement actions.
Previously, the largest fine on an individual in a PCAOB settlement was $75,000, which it imposed in 2009 against former Deloitte & Touche partner Thomas J. Linden for allegedly helping a client avoid restating financial results.
The biggest penalty on an individual subject to litigated disciplinary proceedings was $100,000, which was imposed in 2015 against Hamid Kabani, president of accounting firm Kabani & Co.
“The PCAOB is committed to sanctioning top-level personnel at the largest firms when they fail to take sufficient supervisory steps aimed at preventing violations by their subordinates,” PCAOB Chair Erica Williams said in a statement. “The board believes it is important to hold Mr. Marcello accountable as their supervisor for contributing to a culture that led to this serious misconduct.”
KPMG, in response to the sanctions Tuesday, said it is a stronger firm as a result of the actions taken since 2017 to bolster its culture, governance and compliance program. “Integrity and quality are paramount for KPMG, including operating with the utmost regard for the critical importance of the regulatory process to our profession,” a KPMG spokesman said.
Mr. Marcello didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The sanctions come months after Ms. Williams took the helm of the PCAOB and three others joined the five-member board. The SEC last November appointed new PCAOB board members after firing the former chair, William Duhnke, in June.
The PCAOB disciplines audit firms and individual auditors for violations in addition to setting audit standards and inspecting audits.
The PCAOB disclosed 18 enforcement actions in 2021, up from 13 the prior year but down from the previous five-year average of nearly 29, according to a calendar-year analysis of regulatory data by Cornerstone Research, a financial-consulting firm.
The PCAOB under new leadership is expected to increase its scrutiny of audit firms, further incorporate investor concerns into its work and potentially strengthen its approach to enforcement, accountants and former regulators have said.
KPMG Is Fined $17.3 Million In U.K. For Audit Shortfalls
The fine came in relation to two audits, one involving the now-defunct Carillion. Four former KPMG employees were also fined and temporarily banned from the profession, and a fifth was reprimanded.
The U.K.’s audit and accounting regulator fined KPMG LLP and sanctioned five former employees for providing false and misleading information in relation to two audits, one of them of the now-defunct Carillion PLC.
On Monday, the Financial Reporting Council said KPMG was fined £14.4 million—equivalent to $17.3 million—for failings related to the audits of construction and outsourcing giant Carillion and Regenersis PLC, a data-security company that has been renamed Blancco Technology Group PLC. The fine was reduced from £20 million to acknowledge KPMG’s own reporting of misconduct as well as its cooperation with the regulator.
An audit and accounting industry tribunal imposed the fine, saying KPMG provided false and misleading information and documents to the FRC. The tribunal also ordered KPMG to appoint an independent reviewer to consider the effectiveness of the firm’s policies and its engagement with audit inspectors. KPMG agreed to pay £3.95 million in costs related to the investigation.
Four of the accounting firm’s former employees were fined and banned from the auditing profession for varying numbers of years. A fifth was “severely reprimanded,” the FRC said.
“I accept the findings and sanctions of the tribunal in full,” Jon Holt, chief executive of KPMG UK, said in a statement. “The behavior underlying this case was wrong and should never have happened.”
Of the five former employees, Peter Meehan, a former partner, received the most severe penalty, with a ban of 10 years from auditing and a £250,000 fine.
Mr. Meehan, who led the fiscal 2016 Carillion audit, acted alongside Adam Bennett, Alistair Wright and Richard Kitchen to mislead audit inspectors with respect to year-end clearance meeting minutes and an audit working paper, according to the FRC. Pratik Paw followed instructions from Mr. Wright to create the false meeting minutes, the FRC said.
Mr. Meehan’s representatives didn’t respond to a request for comment.
The tribunal found Messrs. Bennett and Wright either had a role in or made false or misleading representations to audit inspectors related to Regenersis’s fiscal 2014 audit. Both men were banned from auditing for eight years and fined: Mr. Wright £45,000, and Mr. Bennett £40,000.
Representatives for Mr. Bennett and Mr. Wright didn’t respond to requests for comment.
Mr. Kitchen, whose representatives declined to comment, was banned from accounting for seven years and fined £30,000.
Representatives for Mr. Paw—a 25-year-old junior auditor when he worked on the Carillion account—noted that the tribunal found that he had failed to question the instructions given him, but not that he had acted dishonestly.
“Pratik deeply regrets not questioning these instructions from his superior and has learned a great deal from his conduct at the time, especially so early in his career,” the representatives said.
Separately, Stuart Smith, who had led the Regenersis audit for KPMG, in January reached a settlement with the FRC in which he agreed to a £150,000 fine and a three-year ban from the profession.
The £14.4 million fine was the second largest ever issued by the FRC, after a £15 million penalty against Deloitte in 2020 in relation to its audits of software company Autonomy Corp. Deloitte is a sponsor of CFO Journal.
Spurred by the collapse of Carillion in early 2018, the U.K.’s audit and accounting sector is set to be overhauled.
The revamp, which includes creation of a new regulator to replace the FRC—called the Audit, Reporting and Governance Authority—has been criticized by industry observers for being slow to take form.
Misconduct that thwarts the FRC’s ability to monitor and inspect audit quality is “extremely serious,” Elizabeth Barrett, the FRC’s executive counsel, said in a statement.
The tribunal’s full report is expected out in “due course,” an FRC spokesman said. A separate investigation into the quality of KPMG’s audits of Carillion’s financial statements remains ongoing, he added.
SEC’s Gensler Says PCAOB Has Been Sluggish In Rulemaking
The chair of the U.S. securities regulator also urged audit firms to review and enhance their independence protocols with respect to their auditing and consulting practices.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler said the U.S. audit regulator has been slow to update its rules, in a speech marking the 20th anniversary of the law that created it.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, created as part of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, continues to work with interim standards that it was allowed to use from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a professional association whose guidelines and rules are often used as fallbacks for the industry.
“The expectation was that the board would produce a more appropriate set of standards going forward,” Mr. Gensler said on Wednesday at an event hosted by the Center for Audit Quality, a U.S. accounting-industry group. “Historically, though, the PCAOB has been too slow to update auditing standards.”
Mr. Gensler, during the speech, also said the Chinese government needs to decide whether to comply with U.S. law in order for Chinese companies to remain listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
The issue arose after the U.S. passed a law that bans foreign businesses from its exchanges if their auditors haven’t been inspected by the PCAOB for three years in a row.
Erica Williams, who became the PCAOB’s chairwoman in January, in recent months has been working with other board members and staff to advance the body’s strategy.
The PCAOB in May said it would craft proposals this year on audit quality controls and auditors’ consideration of potentially illegal acts in the audit by their clients.
The watchdog last month adopted a rule strengthening the requirements for lead auditors in supervising other auditors outside their firms, the first standard to pass under Ms. Williams.
The SEC in November appointed four new board members to the PCAOB, including Ms. Williams, after firing the former chairman, William Duhnke, and moving to replace the board in June 2021.
“While they have their work cut out for them, I believe that Chair Erica Williams and the Board can live up to Congress’s original vision with respect to standard-setting,” Mr. Gensler said.
Mr. Gensler has previously said the PCAOB wasn’t living up to its role as a setter and enforcer of auditing standards.
Ms. Williams and the board have laid out an aggressive standard-setting agenda and she welcomes Mr. Gensler’s support as they work to modernize and strengthen its standards, a PCAOB spokesperson said.
Mr. Gensler said in Wednesday’s speech that U.S. audit quality has improved since 2002 but noted that certain areas, such as auditor independence, are still lacking.
Mr. Gensler said he has asked the PCAOB to look into updating audit independence standards and said the SEC might need to take a fresh look at its own auditor independence rules.
The U.S. securities regulator in 2020 gave auditors more discretion in assessing conflicts of interest in their relationships with businesses they audit. The PCAOB’s rules are currently aligned with those of the SEC.
Mr. Gensler also urged audit firms to review and enhance their independence protocols with respect to their auditing and consulting practices. “Given the growth in the size and complexity of nonaudit services, it is important that audit firms maintain a culture of ethics and integrity—placing the highest priority on auditor independence throughout the firm, not just in the audit practice,” he said.
Ernst & Young is considering a breakup of its business into separate audit and consulting businesses that will provide audit and advisory services to clients.
Lack of Crypto Audit Regulation Raises Questions About PCAOB Authority
Watchdog says it lacks jurisdiction on audits of private companies, but some accountants and academics say there are ways to strengthen its crypto oversight.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is facing calls to be the regulator that brings supervision to bear on auditors of cryptocurrency companies, even as the majority of crypto businesses fall outside its jurisdiction.
Cryptocurrencies in the U.S. are largely unregulated, leaving investors at risk of market manipulation and fraud, and most crypto exchanges are privately held, so they aren’t required to produce audited financial statements or file the reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Additionally, there isn’t a regulatory framework for audits for many crypto companies.
The SEC, which oversees the PCAOB, is reviewing how crypto companies portray reports from audit firms in the aftermath of the FTX collapse. The regulator is especially concerned about so-called proof-of-reserves reports, which aim to show sufficient assets to cover customer funds.
“It is the Wild West in the sense that nobody is requiring audits of financial statements and no one is specifying the standards that ought to apply to proof-of-reserves reports,” said Douglas Carmichael, a Baruch College accounting professor and former PCAOB chief auditor.
“It’s a big concern when investors get a report from an audit firm that seems to provide assurance when it doesn’t.”
Privately held crypto exchanges such as Binance Holdings Ltd., Kraken and Crypto.com, have moved to bolster efforts around these reports, which fall short of full audits.
Additionally, different FTX units secured full audits from auditors Armanino LLP and Prager Metis CPAs LLC before the crypto exchange’s implosion, in contrast with other privately held exchanges.
The PCAOB lists inspection reports on registered audit firms, including Prager Metis and Armanino, on its website.
The PCAOB—which sets audit standards, inspects audits and disciplines audit firms—has said it can only oversee audits of public companies and SEC-registered broker-dealers. The watchdog in 2019, however, set up a team of inspectors who focus on emerging audit risks, including in the cryptocurrency field.
“The PCAOB prioritizes cryptocurrency-related inspections and is committed to vigorously enforcing our standards wherever they apply, including registered broker-dealers,” spokesman Kent Bonham said.
Those efforts aren’t enough for Sens. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) and Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.). In a letter last month to PCAOB Chair Erica Williams, they said the watchdog ignored what they called questionable practices by auditors of crypto companies.
The lawmakers cited PCAOB rules requiring registered accounting firms to meet the regulator’s standards when preparing any audit, even if an audited firm falls outside the watchdog’s jurisdiction.
Their view ignores the PCAOB’s statutory authority and hasn’t been applied by the regulator, said Coy Garrison, a former counsel to SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce who now is a partner at law firm Steptoe & Johnson LLP focusing on crypto regulation.
A Senate aide countered that the PCAOB “has a responsibility to ensure PCAOB-registered auditors treat crypto companies with the same scrutiny other companies face, or they’ll lose their credibility.”
Accountants and academics say there might be ways to strengthen the PCAOB’s crypto oversight.
Some accountants say it is accurate to classify centralized crypto exchanges as broker-dealers and the SEC could designate them as such so their audits would fall under the PCAOB’s oversight.
That would require the SEC to classify crypto assets as securities through a rule-making process, Mr. Garrison said.
SEC Chair Gary Gensler has said most crypto tokens are securities falling under his agency’s jurisdiction and should comply with investor-protection laws. But many crypto firms are broker-dealers that haven’t registered with the SEC, he has said.
Mr. Gensler has also said it is possible some crypto intermediaries would need to register with the SEC and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, similar to some mutual funds and brokers. The SEC declined to comment.
The PCAOB’s Mr. Bonham said authority to register broker-dealers lies with the SEC.
“The PCAOB welcomes Chair Gensler’s comments and stands ready to inspect any newly registered broker-dealers as part of our overall efforts to prioritize cryptocurrency oversight,” he said.
The PCAOB in 2011 launched an interim program to inspect audits of broker-dealers after the Dodd-Frank Act expanded its mandate. Mr. Bonham said the program, while still interim, is working well and is an important part of PCAOB inspections.
The deficiencies of broker-dealer audits remained “unacceptably high,” according to an annual PCAOB report released last August.
The audit regulator’s powers could be expanded if Congress moves to amend the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 that created the watchdog, potentially allowing PCAOB-registered audit firms to apply PCAOB standards to audits of nonpublic companies, accounting professors said.
That is a good idea in principle, but Congress might not further expand the PCAOB’s authority, and the regulator likely doesn’t have the resources to tackle a related surge in workload, said Vivian Fang, professor of accounting at the University of Minnesota and chief adviser of tax, accounting and policy at crypto software firm Ledgible Inc.
The PCAOB is funded by public companies and broker-dealers, and it would gain fees from private companies under an expansion, but “I’m not sure that is a challenge the PCAOB is ready to take on right now,” she said.
Even potential improvements to crypto audit regulation might not prevent fraud in the crypto industry, said Andrew Kitto, an assistant professor of accounting at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a former PCAOB economic research fellow.
“If you have auditors that are subject to more stringent auditing oversight, you still have a lot of incentives for individuals to try and evade their auditors,” he said.
KPMG Faces Scrutiny For Audits of SVB and Signature Bank
Accounting firm blessed books of two banks weeks before failure.
Silicon Valley Bank failed just 14 days after KPMG LLP gave the lender a clean bill of health. Signature Bank went down 11 days after the accounting firm signed off on its audit.
What KPMG knew about the two banks’ financial situation and what it missed will likely be the subject of regulatory scrutiny and lawsuits.
KPMG signed the audit report for Silicon Valley Bank’s parent, SVB Financial Group, on Feb. 24. Regulators seized the bank on March 10 after a surge of withdrawals threatened to leave it short of cash.
“Common sense tells you that an auditor issuing a clean report, a clean bill of health, on the 16th-largest bank in the United States that within two weeks fails without any warning, is trouble for the auditor,” said Lynn Turner, who was chief accountant of the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1998 to 2001.
Two crucial facts for determining whether KPMG missed the banks’ problems are when the bank runs began in earnest and when the bank’s management and KPMG’s auditors became aware of the crisis.
What is known about Silicon Valley Bank is that deposit outflows accelerated last month. In its March 8 statement, Silicon Valley Bank said “client cash burn has remained elevated and increased further in February.”
The bank said its deposits at the end of February were lower than it had predicted in January.
Both bank audits were for 2022, so auditors weren’t scrubbing the banks’ books when they ran into trouble. But auditors are supposed to highlight risks faced by the companies they audit.
They are also supposed to raise important issues that occur after companies close their books and before the audit is completed.
A spokesman for KPMG declined to comment on the specific audits, due to client confidentiality. In a statement, the firm said it isn’t responsible for things that happen after an audit is completed.
Silicon Valley Bank’s deposits peaked at the end of the first quarter of 2022 and fell $25 billion, or 13%, during the final nine months of the year. That means deposits were declining during the period of KPMG’s audit.
If the decline was affecting the bank’s liquidity when KPMG signed off on the audit report, that information likely should have been included. Since it wasn’t, the question becomes, did KPMG know or should have known what was going on?
Auditors are supposed to warn investors if companies are in trouble. They are required to evaluate “whether there is substantial doubt about the entity’s ability to continue as a going concern” for the next 12 months after the financial statements are issued.
Auditors also use their reports to highlight “critical audit matters” that involve challenging, subjective or complex judgments. KPMG in that section of its report focused on the accounting for credit losses at Silicon Valley Bank.
But it didn’t address Silicon Valley Bank’s ability to continue holding debt securities to maturity—which, in the end, the bank lacked.
Even if the bank wasn’t struggling last year, KPMG was required to evaluate developments that occurred after the balance-sheet date so the company’s financials were presented fairly.
Signature Bank, which was seized by regulators on Sunday, also faced a run last week but it didn’t have the same balance-sheet issues as Silicon Valley Bank. KPMG signed off on its audit on March 1.
Signature’s bet on crypto assets led to a surge in deposits, which went into reverse as that market struggled. A large amount of its deposits were uninsured, making it more likely the customers would flee at any sign of trouble.
But it hadn’t suffered the same losses on its investments as Silicon Valley Bank, giving it a greater ability to pay depositors.
The auditing firm could face additional scrutiny. KPMG also audited First Republic Bank, whose shares were down 76% Monday morning, even after the bank got a liquidity boost from JPMorgan Chase and the Federal Reserve.
KPMG’s audit work likely will be scrutinized by regulators, including the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and the SEC, as well private litigants that lost money when Silicon Valley Bank collapsed, said Erik Gordon, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
A shareholder lawsuit against the firm concerning its Silicon Valley Bank audit “won’t be an easy one for people to win, even though the timing is spectacularly embarrassing for KPMG,” Mr. Gordon said.
A PCAOB spokeswoman said the regulator “cannot comment on ongoing inspection or enforcement matters.” An SEC spokesman declined to comment on the Silicon Valley Bank audit.
One argument KPMG could try in court is that the run on the bank started after the firm signed its audit report. A state banking regulator, the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, in a filing Friday said the bank was “in sound financial condition prior to March 9,” when depositors withdrew $42 billion.
Douglas Carmichael, the PCAOB’s chief auditor from 2003 to 2006, said it was unclear how the California regulator could have determined the bank’s financial condition. “It seems like a premature analysis. How could they know without examining?” he said.
“Auditors are always under the microscope when the company fails shortly after the issuance of a clean opinion,” Mr. Carmichael said. “The shorter the period the greater the concern would have to be.”
Silicon Valley Bank almost doubled its assets and deposits during 2021. It got in trouble because it bought long-term, low-yielding bonds with short-term funding from depositors that was repayable upon demand.
Accounting rules said it didn’t have to recognize losses on the assets as long as it didn’t sell them.
When rising interest rates caused the bonds’ value to drop, it got stuck in them, and they kept falling. Silicon Valley Bank still had to maintain enough liquidity to pay withdrawals, which became increasingly difficult.
The $1.8 billion investment loss Silicon Valley Bank disclosed last week stemmed from Silicon Valley Bank’s decision to sell all its “available for sale” securities during the first quarter.
Silicon Valley Bank didn’t say when it started or when it completed the sales. It isn’t clear if Silicon Valley Bank used the proceeds of those sales to help cover withdrawals.
In the March 8 disclosure, Silicon Valley Bank said it expected to reinvest proceeds from the sales. But money is fungible, and it is unclear if selling the available-for-sale securities may have freed up other sources of cash to help pay departing customers.
Most of the capital hole in Silicon Valley Bank’s balance sheet was in government-sponsored mortgage bonds that Silicon Valley Bank classified as “held to maturity.”
That label allowed Silicon Valley Bank to exclude unrealized losses on those holdings from its earnings, equity and regulatory capital.
In a footnote, Silicon Valley Bank said the fair-market value of its held-to-maturity securities was $76.2 billion as of Dec. 31, or $15.1 billion below their balance-sheet value.
The fair-value gap was almost as large as Silicon Valley Bank’s $16.3 billion of total equity—which, KPMG could point out, is something anyone reading the financial statements could have seen.
Silicon Valley Bank stuck to its position that it intended—and had the ability—to hold those bonds to maturity. KPMG allowed the accounting treatment. Now it will be up to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to sell the securities.
The bank’s troubles put KPMG in a no-win situation. If it had called attention to Silicon Valley Bank’s falling deposits, or issued a warning about Silicon Valley Bank’s ability to continue as a going concern, it could have set off a run on the bank.
By not raising these issues, it will face questions about how it missed the signs that the bank was headed for trouble.
One of the agencies likely to ask pointed questions of KPMG is the FDIC. After a bank fails, the FDIC’s Office of Inspector General regularly conducts investigations and publishes detailed reports called failed-bank reviews that identify the causes of the collapse and the parties most responsible.
Such reports are studied carefully by private litigants eyeing defendants to sue for damages. On that front KPMG caught a break over the weekend: The government said it would backstop all of both banks’ uninsured depositors, in effect helping to bail out KPMG as well. The backstop won’t affect losses suffered by the banks’ investors.
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