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The auditor may work for a public accounting firm (a few firms have several thousand partners and professional staff) or as an individual practitioner. Most auditors seek and earn the CPA designation; the firm partner or individual practitioner who actually signs the audit opinion must be a licensed CPA in the state in which she or he practices. To be licensed, the CPA must satisfy the character, education, examination, and experience requirements of the state or other jurisdiction. To see an example of the independent auditors’ report, refer to page 753 of the 2011 annual report of Campbell Soup Company, which is reproduced in the appendix.
Although these procedures support the financial accounting process, they are only a part of the process. Financial accounting is done by accounting professionals who have generally earned a bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting. The financial accountant is employed by an entity to use her or his expertise, analytical skills, and judgment in the many activities that are necessary for the preparation of financial statements. The title controller is used to designate the chief accounting officer of a corporation.
Not the least of these factors were greed, inadequate market regulatory supervision, and an excess of “financial engineering” involved in the creation of financial instruments which almost defied understanding even by sophisticated investors. This crisis was preceded in the first decade of the century by the bankruptcy filings of two large, publicly owned corporations that resulted in billions of dollars of losses by thousands of stockholders. In 2001 it had been Enron Corporation, and a few months later, WorldCom, Inc.