Ernst & Young Pays $9 Million for Inappropriate Client RelationsBy
SEC says former audit partners compromised independence
One partner had an undisclosed romantic client relationship
Ernst & Young agreed to pay $9.3 million to settle claims by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that two former partners in the audit division had personal relationships with clients, violating rules to keep those Ernst & Young employees objective and impartial.
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