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Ex-Cattles subsidiary FD excluded from ICAEW

Welcome Financial Services former finance director Peter Miller is stripped of licence for six years

19 Feb 2013

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Ex-Cattles group FD stripped of licence at tribunal

James Corr stripped of his ICAS licence for eight years but will not incur any financial sanction following a tribunal by the profession’s watchdog

18 Feb 2013

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Internal auditors banned from engagement teams

FRC bans auditors from using internal audit staff on engagement teams; IIA recommends scope of internal audit should be unlimited

12 Feb 2013

FRC to investigate Autonomy over financials

The FRC is investigating Autonomy over alleged misrepresentations made in its accounts prior to its acquisition by Hewlett Packard

11 Feb 2013

Colin: Give me a sign

Colin ponders what any changes to auditors' risk assessment might entail

08 Feb 2013

EU standard setters wade into IFRS debate

The FRC joins with fellow European national standard setters to influence IASB's work on conceptual framework that underpins IFRS

08 Feb 2013

Cattles launches legal battle against former auditor PwC

Troubled sub-prime lender Cattles is to take PwC to court over its audit prior to the revelation of a huge accounting black hole

05 Feb 2013

Scope of auditors' report to be extended to include risk

FRC proposes step change from the traditional binary pass/fail model of audit reporting

05 Feb 2013

Colin: FRC dig deep

Colin wonders where the FRC's 'going concern' audit timescale will end

01 Feb 2013

Auditors' going concern judgment to extend beyond 12 months

Companies' ongoing financial health must be judged over a longer period of time, according to draft proposals put forward by the FRC

31 Jan 2013

FRC plans 8.5% hike to levy rates

Additional funding will be used to clear backlog of disciplinary cases and promote influence abroad

23 Jan 2013

Accounting regulation “toothless”, say readers

HP's £5.5bn write-down following its acquisition of Autonomy exposes "toothless" accounting regulation, say readers

04 Jan 2013

FRC deaf to profession's howls over fine calculations

Regardless of howls of opposition from the profession, the FRC is pushing ahead with changes to the way disciplinary fines are calculated

12 Dec 2012

FRC files formal complaint against Farepak director

CEO of Farepak's parent company will face an FRC disciplinary hearing in the first half of next year

11 Dec 2012

FRC to use firms' revenues to calculate disciplinary fines

In less than two months, audit and non-audit clients, profitability per partner and market could be considerations when handing out disciplinary fines

07 Dec 2012

Divisions over shape of new UK GAAP

FRC framework for reduced disclosures welcomed, but opinion split over shape of new UK GAAP

30 Nov 2012

Accountancy regulation “toothless”, say Citi analysts

Analysts at Citi, an advisor to Autonomy on the HP takeover, criticise the way financial reporting is policed by the FRRP

27 Nov 2012

New standards leave UK business with plenty to ponder

Advisors urge good planning and a considered approach to the introduction of new UK accounting standards

23 Nov 2012

FRC and ICAS investigate auditor competencies

FRC's conduct committee and ICAS join forces to look into whether auditor competency is fit for purpose in the current climate

21 Nov 2012

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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The Practitioner: Stitch-up means 'bye-bye client'

Breakdown in trust between The Practitioner and a client means it's time to call it quits

New scheme provides 'access all areas' to the profession

Historic definition of what future accounting talent looks like is changing

The Practitioner: Heading off client's 'value' query at the pass

A client's new in-house accountant forces the Practitioner to up their game

House of Cards

Firm of cards: The politics of partnerships

Accountants may deny any sense of engaging in the dirty art of politics but, at their core, they are political animals

Colin: Salmond smoked like a kipper

Colin thinks the outcome of the Scotland referendum has a distinctly fishy feel

Taking Stock: Honest branding for HMRC?

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