Crowe Clark Whitehill

KPMG’s head of charities joins CCW not for profit team

Crowe Clark Whitehill boosts audit capabilities with not-for-profit partner hire

29 Oct 2014

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Accountants missing disclosure facility opportunities, finds CCW

An alarming portion of accountants are failing to refer clients to tax liability disclosure facilities, Crowe Clark Whitehill finds

13 Aug 2014

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KPMG and Crowe Clark Whitehill win audit tenders

KPMG replaces EY as auditor for Computacenter, while CCW succeeds BDO at Tertiary Minerals

30 Jul 2014

CCW recruits ex-R3 council member to insolvency division

James Martin a former PwC director, and ex-Moore Stephens and Begbies partner, takes role at CCW

07 Jan 2014

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Crowe Clark Whitehill is to relocate its Mayfair office

17 Sep 2013

Best Practice: CCW's 'changing of the guard'

Andrew Pianca reflects on his time in office while David Mellor talks through his challenging vision at the firm

04 Jul 2013

New recruits in CCW's 'overseas finance function' service

Crowe Clark Whitehill boosts its finance function for overseas clients with the recruitment of five new staff members

03 Jul 2013

CCW promotes David Mellor to UK managing partner

London managing partner David Mellor succeeds Andrew Pianca at CCW

01 Jul 2013

CCW wins AIM audit from Mazars

Crowe Clark Whitehill wins audit of China's tenth-largest sportswear brand

01 Aug 2012

Fiona Hotston Moore takes Reeves role

Former Crowe Clark Whitehill partner takes similar role in Reeves’ London office

01 Aug 2012

PwC leapfrogs Deloitte as global networks boost revenues

Fee revenue growth rate increases, as emerging markets continue to bolster international networks

09 Jul 2012

CCW partner Fiona Hotston Moore to leave firm

Fiona Hotston Moore is due to leave the firm at the end of June

22 Jun 2012

Moving up the audit food chain

Mid-tier firms hope AIU report will offer tastier audit clients. But are their eyes bigger than their bellies?

14 May 2012

CCW needs improvements says AIU report

Latest audit inspection report into firms' audits highlights improvements needed in at least three of the five audits reviewed at CCW

10 May 2012

Pharmaceutical company swaps Mazars for CCW as auditor

Listed chinese medicine business swaps Mazars for CCW as auditor after a year

18 Apr 2012

HMT Corporate Finance partner joins CCW

Simon Jordan takes similar role at Crowe Clark Whitehill

01 Mar 2012

Crowe takes Citizens Advice audit after pensions spat

Disagreement over pensions accounting sees Baker tilly step down as Citizens Advice auditor

15 Dec 2011

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How many crash landings does an auditor need?

14 Sep 2011

PwC bucks market trend, annual report shows

Big Four firm sees turnover growth of 6% with chairman and senior partner Ian Powell taking home £3.7m

12 Sep 2011

CCW rises up Hemscott rankings

CCW is now the ninth largest auditor, while Mazars drops to eleventh

01 Sep 2011

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Internal auditors must up game over new anti-corruption rules

Government's more onerous anti-corruption plan means internal auditors must up their game

Colin: Post-awards emotion

For some, the British Accountancy Awards can be emotionally demanding

Colin: Pre-award jitters

Colin's excited about tonight's British Accountancy Awards

Colin: Audit losses go down badly

Colin imagines KPMG's reaction to losing Diageo audit

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