Deloitte wins Dublin Airport Authority audit

by Kevin Reed

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28 Aug 2012

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THE Dublin Airport Authority audit has been scooped by Deloitte.

Big Four firm Deloitte has been appointed as auditors for DAA Finance, its parent company Dublin Airport Authority, and other subsidiaries of DAA.

KPMG steps down from the audit role – there are no circumstances in connection with its resignation to bring to members or creditors of the companies.

The Irish government recently appointed three new directors to the DAA board: Niall Greene, Patricia King and CIMA member Paul Schutz.

As part of restructuring the airport authority, the government will separate ownership of Shannon Airport from DAA.

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