Iceberg Research identifies substantial earnings misrepresentation and accounting irregularities in financial statements issued by public companies.
Complacent auditors are rarely subjected to fines despite their role in a growing number of accounting scandals. Too often, they validate fraudulent or highly misleading accounts, and discreetly write their “reserves” at the end of the annual report.
We locate these notes in the financial documentation in order to provide a complete picture for investors.
Our research has been mentioned in various publications: Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Quartz, South China Morning Post, Business Times, etc.
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