Capitol Report: KPMG indictment suggests many who weren’t charged knew regulator data was stolen

A grand jury indictment unsealed Monday by the Department of Justice names five former KPMG audit executives and one former professional at its regulator, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, alleging they repeatedly used stolen confidential regulator information to subvert KPMG’s regulatory inspection process. The DOJ complaint suggests, however, that many more unnamed KPMG partners and professionals, and one outside consultant, either knew or chose to ignore the illegal source of the information.

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