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The committee also expressed strong anguish and reaction over the theft and misappropriation of pipes worth Rs 5.
The PAC also expressed strong reaction over the misappropriation of an amount of Rs 49.
Further, the auditor should reach an understanding with the audit committee regarding the expected nature and extent of communications about misappropriations perpetrated by lower-level employees.
Misstatements arising from fraudulent financial reporting and misstatements arising from misappropriation of assets are the two types of misstatements that are relevant to the auditor's consideration of fraud in a financial statement audit.
If you primarily serve small businesses, your clients statistically are most likely to be damaged by asset misappropriation.
Occupational frauds fall into three categories: asset misappropriation, corruption and fraudulent financial statements.
Urban also said that technologies used in the identification of parentage of hybrids and varieties have become quite sophisticated and will be used to identify potential cases of misappropriation in the future.
This action resolves the SEC informal investigation of the Company concerning the misappropriation of corporate funds by our former CEO," declared Malcolm M.
A committee consisting of Arif Abbasi and Raja Rashid Hafeez with Ijaz Khan in the chair, will look into the complaints of rigging and misappropriations in PP-6, PP-10 and NA-54 and would recommend leadership appropriate measures to be taken in this regard.
Immediately, Plaintiff began noticing changes to Zutopia stores that were alleged misappropriations of Girl Mania's trademarks, trade dresses, and trade secrets.
The committee directed for provision of record of the misappropriations in the contracts including of C&W in tribal areas as well as conduct of audit on various issues.
A committee that monitors the relationship between the Episcopal Church of the United States (ECUSA) and the Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico (IAM) has issued a statement on financial difficulties stemming from the misappropriation of funds by two Mexican bishops.