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PwC & Deloitte receive ICAEW sanctions over audit work

ICAEW disciplinary papers show both firms have been sanctioned over audit reports

20 Aug 2013

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Deloitte revenues up as firm hails "turning point"

Deloitte revenues up 8% as senior partner David Sproul hails "turning point" for business confidence

12 Aug 2013

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Lloyds sets aside £50m for investigation of Deloitte-run PPI centre

Lloyds earmarks £50m to cover costs of an investigation into its governance of a Deloitte-run call centre

01 Aug 2013

PwC replaces Deloitte as auditors of Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves Lansdown describes 50 year audit tenures as "embarrassing" as fund seller switches auditors to PwC from Deloitte

30 Jul 2013

Deloitte loses MG Rover tribunal

Deloitte loses tribunal over its role advising the owners of MG Rover

29 Jul 2013

Former Deloitte global leader joins Balfour Beatty

Belinda Richards joins Balfour Beatty as a non-executive director

25 Jul 2013

CFOs willing to splash the cash as confidence returns

Growing optimism in the economy is spurring chief financial officers from big business to pursue expansionary strategies, Deloitte survey finds

09 Jul 2013

Homer rejects PAC suggestion of Deloitte preference

HMRC chief executive refutes Public Accounts Committee suggestions that Deloitte were "preferred facilitator" of tax dispute settlements

26 Jun 2013

Walker Morris turns to Deloitte for first non-exec board member

Long-serving Deloitte partner Stuart Counsell takes non-exec role at Leeds lawyers Walker Morris

26 Jun 2013

Moore Stephens liquidators appointed to London Olympics organisers

Phillip Sykes and Jeremy Willmont from Moore Stephens appointed liquidators to the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG)

25 Jun 2013

Olympic challenge for Wood to get back into Deloitte

LOCOG CFO's triumphant return to employers Deloitte sees him facing a barrier to entry - literally, muses Taking Stock

21 Jun 2013

Deloitte receives one-year ban on New York consulting work

Deloitte Financial Advisory Services take on voluntary one year ban, $10m fine and reforms to its processes following a Department of Financial Services investigation

19 Jun 2013

Deloitte denies it was axed by Lloyds over complaints bungle

Deloitte rejects claims it was sacked by Lloyds over running of PPI complaints centre over mishandling customer grievances

12 Jun 2013

Deloitte’s Hartnett appointment “inappropriate”, say readers

It was not appropriate for Dave Hartnett to join Deloitte given his background with HMRC, say Accountancy Age readers in a poll

10 Jun 2013

Deloitte China asks court to dismiss US SEC audit case

Deloitte's Chinese arm calls for courts to dismiss attempts made by US regulators to obtain audit work papers

29 May 2013

Ex-HMRC chief Hartnett joins Deloitte as consultant

Former HMRC permanent secretary for tax Dave Hartnett takes consultancy role with Deloitte

28 May 2013

Country-by-country reporting “daft”, House of Lords told

Country-by-country reporting risks the UK's tax sovereignty, the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee hears

22 May 2013

Taking Stock: How about VAT?

Who ever thought a tax would be a cause for celebration?

02 May 2013

Lending fears ease as CFO confidence bounces back

Business confidence improves for third consecutive quarter as concerns over financial and economic conditions drop to lowest level for two-and-a-half years

16 Apr 2013

Former Deloitte and National Express man takes Vp non-exec role

Phil White CBE joins the board of equipment rental company Vp

15 Apr 2013

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Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring

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Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

Taking Stock: Daddy issues at French Duncan

Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

Taking Stock: Tax, Twitter, Candy Crush...and Margaret Hodge

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