Audit

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Listed outsourcer swaps RSM Tenon for KPMG as auditor

Outsourcing business recruits Big Four firm to ready itself for full stock exchange listing

10 Oct 2013

European Parliament

EU moves close to imposing mandatory auditor rotation

Member states agree package of measures that will force companies to switch auditors

08 Oct 2013

David Matthews

KPMG: More assurance needed following reporting changes

KPMG has called for greater assurance in narrative reporting following changes to Companies Act, introduced on 1 October

02 Oct 2013

Reporting update could see auditors assure entire report

Institute claims auditors will need to assure all of the annual report if that is what investors want

01 Oct 2013

FRC vows to continue audit reform fight in annual meeting

FRC says it plans to work closer with audit committees, opens Brussels office, and is verging on sanctioning audit performance failures itself, at Baroness Hogg's last annual meeting

17 Sep 2013

FRC launches investigation into PwC’s audit of Berkeley

Berkeley’s appointment of a former PwC partner leads FRC to investigate independence of Big Four firm’s role as auditor

16 Sep 2013

Olympus in court for allegedly misleading EY auditors

Serious Fraud Office alleges Olympus and UK subsidiary made false or misleading statements to its EY auditors at Westminster magistrates

13 Sep 2013

Fuller's calls time on EY as auditor

Pubs and brewery business replaces EY with Grant Thornton in audit role

05 Sep 2013

Chantrey Vellacott wins AIM sports audit

Newly-listed Science in Sport awards advisers its audit work

03 Sep 2013

PCAOB uncovers audit failings at KPMG and PwC

Inspections by US's accountancy watchdog uncover failings in 38 audits carried out by PwC and KPMG

02 Sep 2013

KPMG stays top of auditor rankings list

Big Four continues to dominate listed company audits according to latest Adviser Rankings table

02 Sep 2013

KPMG warns of Co-op Bank’s going concern status

Auditors KPMG say material uncertainties exist over the Co-op Bank's £1.5bn recapitalisation plan

30 Aug 2013

Competition Commission must roll back on audit rules

Competition Commission must heed the view of business and adopt FRC approach to audit tendering rules

28 Aug 2013

Standard Chartered could drop KPMG as its auditor

KPMG could see itself ousted as auditor of investment bank after Standard Chartered begins tendering process

28 Aug 2013

Competition watchdog urged to water down audit tendering rules

Competition Commission told to scrap five year audit tendering plans in favour of FRC’s ten year 'comply or explain' approach

27 Aug 2013

FRC and PCAOB agree to joint audit supervision

Agreement allows for joint work on inspections and exchanges of otherwise confidential information

23 Aug 2013

PCAOB highlights worrying number of “deficient” audits

Firms auditing brokers and dealers found wanting by PCAOB inspections

21 Aug 2013

Colin: Take your pick on auditor

Colin simplifies incoming five year audit tendering

16 Aug 2013

Five-year audit tender costs disproportionate

Forcing companies to tender audit work every five years could prove costly, finds Richard Crump

16 Aug 2013

Tendering changes will cost audit market £100m a year

Taken together, FRC and Competition Commission audit proposals will cost accountants and businesses £100m a year

16 Aug 2013

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