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keep the interests of the regulators at peace. For the public(creditors/lenders), they will expect for their amounts of money to be paid back after the auditors conclude with their ethical reports throughout the specific company. The auditors will need to make sure that there is no false information occurring in the statements to make the stakeholders interests at the end be set at a high expectation. Therefore, since this company has interactions with nonpublic companies, it has its experiences mostly with them. However, there is a similarity between public and nonpublic companies relating the stakeholders and their interests. Since the auditors will be concluding a very similar report to both companies, the stakeholder will be analyzing the similarity of the final reports. The auditor’s objectivity and the independence rules makes the reports at the end somewhat similar and shouldn’t be any different.
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