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The current role of auditors is focused on building trust and confidence in information, primarily gleaned from historical financial statements, but as the pace of change in business is accelerating, and the volume of information available to investors and other stakeholders in the US financial reporting ecosystem continues to grow, that role is well positioned to expand.
The auditing profession has the capabilities to bring its expertise—building trust and confidence in information—into new areas to enhance the reliability of information in the capital markets.
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