Maya is a senior auditor with Childs, Maxwell and Weaver, LLP. Maya specializes in auditing loan loss reserve for financial institution clients. This current year, she has noticed that two of her financial institutions in town have written loans off to a loan customer, Mr. Bill (fictional name to protect the guilty). Mr. Bill is well-known in town as a highly successful real estate developer and businessman with many different business dealings. As Maya is auditing on her third financial institution in town, she notices that the bank has loans of $3.5 million outstanding to Mr. Bill. The current loan loss reserve could not cover the losses on Mr. Bill’s loans. Maya has recommended a significant increase to the loan loss reserve account. The client will not discuss increasing the loan loss reserve. Ms. Childs, senior partner on the audit, wants to know how the audit firm can justify the increase loan loss reserve account. What can and should Maya disclose about Mr. Bill?