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co-op

Co-op Bank ends 40-year KPMG audit relationship

Co-operative Bank replaces auditors as management, governance and business practices excoriated in Sir Christopher Kelly report

01 May 2014

EY launches major Northern Ireland expansion

Big four firm to create nearly 500 jobs in Northern Ireland, after working with Invest NI

01 May 2014

Jeremy Newman

Three firms pick up remaining Audit Commission work

BDO, KPMG and EY pick up remaining local government Audit Commission contracts

02 Apr 2014

EY to build ‘legal capability’ in UK

EY appoints UK legal partner but remains silent on whether it will apply for alternative business structure

28 Mar 2014

Weir Group expects to tender audit in 2017

FTSE 100 engineering company expects to tender its audit for the 2017 year end

25 Mar 2014

EY recruits KPMG partner Mark Hutchinson

KPMG partner takes EY role to bolster the firm’s advisory practice

17 Mar 2014

Jobs at risk as EY Nottingham office to disappear

'Small number' of jobs at risk as EY Nottingham office to merge into its Birmingham site

06 Mar 2014

EY to offer legal advice in China through local affiliation

EY launches legal services arm in China by incorporating local firm Chen & Co into its network

20 Feb 2014

Autonomy overstated profits by 80%, HP claims

HP drastically revises the 2010 performance of Autonomy in restated accounts filed on Companies House

04 Feb 2014

GT brings in EY man as financial services tax partner

Richard Milnes joins Grant Thornton as financian services tax partner

09 Jan 2014

Farepak auditor EY reaches settlement with FRC

Financial watchdog reaches agreement with Farepak parent company auditor EY and its partner Alan Flitcroft

19 Dec 2013

EY to expand into Canary Wharf

Big Four firm to take 200,000 sq ft of space at Canary Wharf

25 Nov 2013

EY and KPMG to merge in Denmark

EY Denmark and KPMG Denmark announce the signing of an agreement to combine operations

21 Nov 2013

EY poaches KPMG's ex-private client head

David Kilshaw to join EY's private client practice

15 Nov 2013

EY in crowdfunding joint venture

EY partners with London councils and start-up tech firm to provide crowdfunding for local regeneration projects

12 Nov 2013

EY resigns as NCC auditor following audit fee disagreement

Big Four firm steps down from listed security software business after it was unable to agree an audit fee

04 Nov 2013

Former EY partner joins Rathbone board

Former managing partner of EY's UK financial services audit practice joins investment manager

04 Nov 2013

Henderson Group chooses PwC as auditor

FTSE 250-listed Henderson Group replaces EY with PwC

29 Oct 2013

Retail industry appoints EY in business rates review

EY appointed to review business rates and recommend changes

24 Oct 2013

EY: Rebuild public faith in tax system

Companies' tax directors lack faith in tax system, finds EY

23 Oct 2013

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