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Alliance hopes to help smaller firms compete with the big accounting and consultancy practices
Funding part of $10bn plan including training and fraud detection initiatives
Zeromax bought jewellery and made irregular offshore transfers while the Big Four firm gave it clean audits
A questioning mindset is key to auditing, yet lack of professional scepticism is a recurring criticism
Big Four firm and former partner receive severe reprimands from UK accounting watchdog
Ministers want to break dominance of largest accountancy firms and increase competition
Country’s highest court has rejected an attempt to force the publication of an unredacted report
Big Four accounting firm and three partners accused by regulator of audit independence misconduct
Introduction of the audit board ‘a significant milestone’ in ringfencing UK audit practice
Former EY auditor Andreas Loetscher says he should not be named in German parliamentary report
Paul Boyle says industry lobbying has deflected attention from dominance of Big Four firms
Paris-based EKEM will team up with former KPMG partners at London firm EOS Deal Advisory
Accountants must improve accountability but national silos are bound to persist
Accountancy firm prepares to combine businesses, prompting concern over profit and liability sharing
Germany’s largest lender to invite new tenders for its 2022 audit
Documents reveal historical commercial relationships between executives and subcontractors at outsourcer
Big Four firm joins rivals in making hybrid working permanent for its 17,000 UK employees
“These matters led us to conclude that the possible effects on the consolidated financial statements of undetected misstatements may be both material and pervasive.”
Shares in French-listed IT outsourcer plunge more than 70 per cent after trading resumes
Ten trading days after its shares were self-suspended, we finally have an explanation as to why from the €1.1bn outsourcer.
German parliamentary investigator found the accountancy firm missed opportunities to identify fraud
Parliamentary committee and Big Four firm clash over release of full report
Pav Gill, who exposed one of Europe’s biggest corporate frauds, says doing the right thing ‘always has a cost’
Christian Muth told German MPs his ‘professional honour’ had been hurt after his findings were dismissed