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The return to the member is a higher perceived level of ethics and some protection against the misdeeds of other less ethical practitioners. The most significant of these bodies is the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). There are other societies (also associations and institutes) at the state level. The Institute of Management Accounting also sanctions unethical CMAs, and The Institute of Internal Auditors sanctions unethical CIAs. (e) REGULATORY AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS.

As mentioned previously, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 establishes a new entity, the PCAOB, to oversee the audit of public companies. S. government, its existence and statutory authority is codified in federal law. The PCAOB duties include: (1) accepting the registration of all accounting firms that audit one or more SEC registrants, (2) establishing or adopting auditing, quality control, ethics, independence, and other standards relating to the preparation of audit reports for SEC registrants, (3) conducting inspections of accounting firms that audit one or more SEC registrants, and (4) investigating and, if necessary, sanctioning accounting firms that audit one or more SEC registrants for substandard practice.

Documents and information gathered by the PCAOB in the course of an investigation are not subject to civil discovery. PCAOB sanctions include the ability to suspend or disbar firms or individual CPAs from auditing public companies, as well as monetary penalties as high as $750,000 for individuals and $15 million for firms. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act amends the Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934 to define as GAAP those principles promulgated by a standard-setting body where the standard-setting body meets a number of requirements set out in the Act.

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