Ernst & Young

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Anglo Irish Bank sues Ernst & Young

The bank has filed a legal claim against its former auditor for its work leading up to the bank's nationalisation in 2009

29 Nov 2012

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E&Y faces formal complaint over Farepak audit

FRC files disciplinary formal complaint against E&Y into its conduct as auditors to European Home Retail and its subsidiaries, including Farepak

15 Nov 2012

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150 Audit Commission staff join Ernst & Young

Commission staff take up new roles at E&Y, after the firm swept up east and south-east audit contracts

13 Nov 2012

Big Four firms make major diversity charts

Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC make the Business in the Community diversity lists

09 Nov 2012

Profession split over value of convergence project

Half of delegates at E&Y conference think convergence project with the US has failed to be beneficial

05 Nov 2012

Former E&Y director joins Throgmorton

Neil Oliver joins Throgmorton after 24 years with Ernst & Young

31 Oct 2012

PwC gets vocal over lost BG audit

The Big Four firm is unusually chatty about losing a major audit, notes TS...

25 Oct 2012

BG Group chooses Ernst & Young over PwC for audit

PwC loses its spot as BG's auditor, after 16 years in the role

24 Oct 2012

SMEs bearing the brunt of poor business conditions

Listed firm’s Red Flag report shows large businesses revived – at SMEs' expense

19 Oct 2012

Ex-Nokia global CIO joins E&Y as partner

Former Tesco chief technology officer and CIO of Nokia John Clarke joins the operational transactions practice at E&Y

11 Oct 2012

Colin: E&Y figures go biblical

Ernst & Young's revenue breakdown is enough to stop a plague in its tracks, notes Colin

04 Oct 2012

E&Y global revenues grow nearly 8%

Ernst & Young announces its best revenues since 2008

03 Oct 2012

E&Y: Steve Varley and audit rebels

A closer glance at Ernst & Young's 2012 assurance revenues might prove uncomfortable reading for mid-tier firms looking to open up the market

02 Oct 2012

E&Y posts highest UK revenue growth in six years

Ernst & Young experienced 11% revenue growth last year

02 Oct 2012

KPMG picks up Stobart audit

KPMG wins Stobart Group audit after three firms take part in tender process

25 Sep 2012

Ex-Baker Tilly partner joins FRP Advisory

Andrew Sheridan spent 13 years at Ernst & Young before working at Baker Tilly for 12 years

24 Sep 2012

Filtrona promotes Gregory to group FD

Matthew Gregory is named group FD of Filtrona after nine years with the company

07 Sep 2012

Hong Kong regulator takes E&Y to court

Securities and Futures Commission commences legal proceedings against Ernst & Young over access to accounting records

29 Aug 2012

E&Y replaces PwC as auditor of Exillon Energy

Russia-focused oil producer names E&Y as auditor as part of cost review process

29 Aug 2012

AADB closes investigation into E&Y Equitable Life actuary

FRC disciplinary board says no realistic prospect that a tribunal would make an adverse finding against the actuary concerned with audit of Equitable Life

17 Aug 2012

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Taking Stock: No humble pie after anti-PwC newspaper ad

PwC US and PwC Gibraltar namechecked in what TS can only describe as a 'cryptic' newspaper advert

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Firms are changing their brands like they're going out of fashion, but you've got to be consistent, says TS

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