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Frazier & Deeter extends public company audit practice to Canada

Frazier and Deeter’s Assurance Practice provides various attest and accounting advisory services to public and private clients around the globe

Frazier and Deeter, the accounting and advisory firm, announced the firm is now eligible to perform audits of companies traded on Canadian stock exchanges, having registered with the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB).

Sean Lager, leader of the firm’s audit and assurance practice, said: “Frazier and Deeter is excited about this expansion of our audit capabilities. As our audit practice has grown and expanded into the UK, it made sense to also be able to serve Canadian clients.”

Frazier and Deeter’s Assurance Practice provides various attest and accounting advisory services to public and private clients around the globe. In the U.S. the firm is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.

Bill Godshall, leader of Frazier and Deeter’s public company audit practice, added: “Our approach to audit has been well received by U.S. public companies and we feel smaller public companies in Canada will also find Frazier & Deeter to be an attractive option for an audit firm.”

Seth McDaniel, National managing partner, concluded: “Achieving this milestone is an important step in Frazier and Deeter’s commitment to serving the needs of U.S. and international middle-market companies, both private and public.”

Godshall and McDaniel were both previously inspectors with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and they helped develop Frazier and Deeter’s audit methodology.

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