by Paul Grant

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18 Mar 2010

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Big Four firm Ernst & Young is coming under fire for its role as auditor of collapsed investment bank Lehman Brothers. Read our coverage here.


E&Y "negligent" in Lehman audits, report claims

Lehman CFOs were warned of "reputational risk" of transactions

Lehman assets funnelled through UK-based arm

Report claims E&Y knew about Repo transactions

Lehman administrators consider damning report

Lehmans: What the papers say

FRC will ask E&Y about Lehman transactions

Lehman's whistleblower booted out after red-flagging loans

FSA defends its role over Lehman accounting

SFO examines Lehman issues


Lehman smoking gun leaves E&Y facing questions

Comment & Blogs

Leader: Audit’s big question

On the money with Gavin Hinks

Insider: Lehman, Ernst & Young and accounting

Insider: Lehman and its financial controller

Insider: Lehman and the reform of audit. Now!

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