Price Waterhouse Coopers – International Accounting Firm
One of the many services of the big accounting firms is to examine the financial statements for the Companies on the Stock Exchange, to assure future investors that they’re not investing their money in a bad Company.
Price Waterhouse Coopers is one of these firms. Some of their high profile clients are as follows:
- AIG, receiving total yearly fees of $94.5 million,
- ExxonMobil, receiving total yearly fees of $34.4 million,
- Prudential Financial, with total yearly fees of $56 million,
- IBM, total fees of $75.6 million,
- And of course, the Oscars.
If Price Waterhouse Coopers makes a mistake, it’s a very expensive mistake.
With this being said, I have a question.
Would you put your money in any of these companies?