Deloitte resigns from Linklaters audit
PwC will replace its Big Four rival after a professional negligence claim by former Arsenal shareholder Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith
Going concern regular issue in audit failures, says Field
Work and Pensions committee chair accuses auditors of appearing to rubber-stamp going concern statements
Why audit fees must rise
EY UK’s head of audit tells economia about the influences changing the market and why fees will have to rise
KPMG to replace PwC as Rio Tinto auditor
International mining company Rio Tinto group has announced it is to part company with auditor PwC after nearly 40 years
Breaking up is hard to do, say auditors
WPC chair Frank Field slams the Big Four for failing to entertain his suggestion that they need to be broken up
Will increasing competition actually help audit?
Can we really expect more rigorous audits by simply reducing the risk of conflict by increasing competition?
A rare opportunity to reimagine audit, says APPG
The profession is more open to change than ever before but there is no consensus on the way forward
Practice Q&A: IES 8, GDPR, and payment services regulations
ICAEW experts tackle questions on the required changes due to IES 8, the GDPR and the Payment Services Regulations 2017
PwC partner backdated his BHS audit, says chairman
An email sent by PwC’s chairman revealed Steve Denison backdated his audit opinion and signed off accounts in just two hours
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