Source Pravda.Ru

Tatneft to choose auditor

Tatneft has announced an open tender to select a company for conducting a compulsory audit for 2003 in accordance with Russian legislation and US GAAP, the press service of the company reported. Tatneft Board of Directors adopted this decision at the end of February 2003.

PricewaterhouseCoopers has been Tatneft's auditor since 1995, when the company made its first GAAP report. According to current legislation, an auditor must be selected at a tender, because the state stake in the company is more than 25 percent. An auditor will be approved at an annual meeting of shareholders on June 27, 2003.

© &to=http://www.rbc.com' target=_blank>RBC

Comments
Russian Foreign Minister negotiates with terrorists in Moscow
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Kuril Islands dispute between Russia and Japan: The impossible is impossible
Third Rome and geopolitics of Orthodox schism
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russians lose faith in their future, get ready for worse
Five years after Maidan revolution, Ukraine remains one of Europe's most corrupt states
Five years after Maidan revolution, Ukraine remains one of Europe's most corrupt states
US interferes in election of Interpol president, Kremlin believes
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election