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Steinhoff shareholders to sue auditors Deloitte

Shareholders at scandal-hit Steinhoff International have launched legal proceedings against the business and its auditors Deloitte

1 February 2018
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UK failing on financial secrecy reform

The UK has been criticised for not pushing financial transparency reform on its overseas territories and crown dependences

31 January 2018
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Only a third of businesses ready for GDPR

Two thirds of global businesses are not prepared for General Data Protection Regulation

31 January 2018
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KPMG chairman defends "proper" Carillion audit

Bill Michael, KPMG UK chairman, says, “we conducted a proper audit” on collapsed Carillion

31 January 2018
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Trump tax bill costs McDonalds $700m

The restaurant chain said its profits have been are down 40% as a result of President Trump’s tax legislation

31 January 2018
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SEC loses enforcement chief accountant

Michael Maloney, chief accountant of enforcement division and scourge of audit profession, to go next month

31 January 2018
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European banks fined by US regulator for spoofing

Three banks have been fined a combined total of more than $46m for manipulating the markets for precious metals

31 January 2018
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Wates chair to lead on CG principles for private business

James Wates heads up new group tasked with drafting UK’s first guiding principles for large private companies

31 January 2018
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Review finds no evidence of gender inequality at BBC

PwC conducted an independent assessment of the broadcaster’s pay decision-making

30 January 2018
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Cyber-attack reports soar by 80%

The number of cyber-attacks reported by financial services organisations rose by more than 80% last year

30 January 2018

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