Publicity

In the past, auditors and accountants were required to be anonymous in public matters. The rules are now less restrictive but there are still some prohibitions. A general prohibition is on any publicity which would bring the auditor, his professional body or the prohibition, into dispute. Presumably, an auditor appearing on talk show and introducing himself as an accountant is acceptable. Examples of acceptable publicity include:

  1. Advertizing for staff, partners or sub – contract work
  2.  Advertizing on behalf of a client
  3. Publicizing the opening of a new branch or premises
  4. Publishing literature
  5. Entries in a business directory
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