NJ bank feels breakup pain after dismissed accountant quits before finishing audit
There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Mar 18, 2014, titled NJ bank feels breakup pain after dismissed accountant quits before finishing audit. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:Lakeland Bancorp, the Oak Ridge-based lender, missed its deadline to file its annual financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission after its auditor suddenly quit last year, the bank said in a filing this week.
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#1 Mar 25, 2014
not a smart move on lakeland's part. you don't get rid of someone until the job is done. they should have appeased grant/thornton until the document was filed with the sec so they would not have miss their filing and incur late filing fines/fees.
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