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Sebi tightens norms to deal with abrupt resignations of auditors

The market regulator has said that an auditor will have to provide review - limited or complete audit report - for the quarter during which it resigns

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Samie Modak
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday tightened the rules around resignations of auditors from listed companies. 

The market regulator has said that an auditor will have to provide review — limited or complete audit report — for the quarter during which it resigns. For instance, if the auditor decides to resign in August 2019, it will have to issue the review for the quarter ended September 30, 2019. 

Similarly, if the auditor signs the audit report for all the quarters of a financial year, except the last quarter, then it will have to finalise the audit report for

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First Published: Oct 19 2019 | 1:56 AM IST

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