In this video for LexisNexis, Partner Tim Crockford and Senior Associate David Milner in the Accountants Liability team consider what happens when a publicly traded entity cannot appoint a statutory auditor. They discuss the practical consequences of the Secretary of State seeking to make the appointment, potential market reactions in that scenario and the wider implications for audit.

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