Why you shouldn’t apply for the bachelor audition for Dars, the outer banks auditing company
There’s a reason you might not be the best candidate for the Dars audit job, but there’s another reason why it might be a good idea to apply.
The company behind Dars has already audited more than a dozen companies, including some big banks.
And Dars is already working with more than 100 other banks on an audit of their own.
The company says the audits have saved billions of dollars in taxpayer money.
That includes the loss of more than $4 billion from a bank in Pennsylvania.
Dars says it’s working on another audit for the outer banking auditing firm, which will look at the auditing practices of other banks, and it says the company has not received any negative feedback from those who have used Dars to help them.
Dars also has a relationship with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The FDIC says Dars’ auditing of banks is highly trusted.
The Dars company also says it has no role in the federal government’s efforts to combat financial fraud.
But some watchdog groups have raised concerns about the relationship, saying Dars may be able to provide the federal banking regulator with information on the quality of Dars auditing work.
The Wall Street Journal reported in May that Dars was part of a group of auditing firms that went after the former owner of Countrywide Financial Group.
That company’s former CEO, Stephen C. Fidler, pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the U.S. government and to making false statements in connection with the fraud.