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BDO recruits CEO and chairman from PKF International

Stephen Darley takes the newly created Asia Pacific CEO and chairman role

05 Feb 2013

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BDO replaces PwC as RSM Tenon auditor

BDO comes in as auditor at RSM Tenon after PwC's acrimonious departure

01 Feb 2013

Tax partner joins BDO from Berwin Leighton Paisner

Kevin Cummings joins BDO as tax partner from law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner

29 Jan 2013

Jeremy Newman to chair new international network

Ex-BDO International CEO and Audit Commission chair takes role at newly formed network TCS Global

22 Jan 2013

BDO accountant named CFO of Cluff Natural Resources

Anna Obolenskaya joins company founded by Algy Cluff, the former proprietor of The Spectator

16 Jan 2013

BDO administrators to Dewey receive £36.7m claim from US arm

Dewey & LeBoeuf US has made a claim to UK arm BDO administrators of £36.7m a progress report has shown

10 Jan 2013

AC reports should not be dismissed as mere compliance

The audit committee report is a powerful tool for giving stakeholders insight into the culture and integrity at the top of a company. More companies should provide one, writes James Roberts

03 Jan 2013

BDO profits hit as its makes 'long-term investments'

Simon Michaels is confident of long-term goals despite seeing profits fall 12%

19 Dec 2012

BDO/PKF merger confirmed

Merged firms to be called BDO and process to be completed by spring 2013

11 Dec 2012

Big Four caught in US v China audit argument

SEC accuses Chinese affiliates of Big Four and BDO of breaking securities laws by withholding audit paperwork

05 Dec 2012

BDO/PKF merger vote to be completed this week

Partner vote on merger to be completed this week with a public announcement to be released before Christmas

04 Dec 2012

BDO's firms break $6bn barrier

BDO's international network of firms posts $6bn revenues for 2012

21 Nov 2012

PKF Chinese firm to join BDO

More merger efforts between BDO and PKF

13 Nov 2012

Interview: BDO's Simon Michaels and PKF's Martin Goodchild

The managing partners talk to Accountancy Age about the whys and hows of their merger plans

07 Nov 2012

BDO and PKF confirm "advanced merger discussions"

The two firms look to merge in the new year

07 Nov 2012

BDO liquidators appointed to Rangers

Malcolm Cohen and James Stephen take joint liquidator role at collapsed Scottish club

05 Nov 2012

BDO resigns as auditors of Birmingham City FC

BDO resigns as auditors of Birmingham City FC parent company because it was unable to obtain consistent, reliable and complete audit evidence

01 Nov 2012

Newman confirmed as Audit Commission chairman

Eric Pickles confirms Newman as the man to wind down the Audit Commission

19 Sep 2012

MPs grill Newman over Accountancy Age Awards

Jeremy Newman faces up to tough questioning over his Accountancy Age award-winning exploits prior to his appointment as Audit Commission chairman

13 Sep 2012

Jeremy Newman lined up for Audit Commission chair

Eric Pickles lines up former BDO chief Jeremy Newman to wind down Audit Commission

29 Aug 2012

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