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Administrators save Portsmouth FC

Out of court settlement negotiated by BDO administrators saves the club from liquidation

10 Apr 2013

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PKF International appoints new CEO as UK firm awaited

The international network of accountancy firms appoints chairman and CEO amid concerns over its future following the merger of BDO and PKF

09 Apr 2013

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BDO and PKF complete merger deal

Operating out of 24 offices with 300 partners, BDO is set to evolve following PKF deal

02 Apr 2013

Portsmouth FC administrators exchange contracts with PST

PKF administrators exchange contracts with Pompey Supporters Trust to sell the club, however the deal is dependent on a future High Court decision

11 Mar 2013

Portsmouth administrators rack up £2.2m in fees

A year into the administration creditors report highlights fees, costs and creditor claims

28 Feb 2013

Portsmouth administrators granted court date

PKF administrators finally receive a court hearing date to decide the future of collapsed club Portsmouth FC

21 Feb 2013

PKF administrators see Pompey court date pushed back again

Fifth court date set to decide the future rescue of Portsmouth Football Club

15 Feb 2013

Portsmouth court date pushed back yet again

PKF administrators see fourth court date set, to decide future of the club

30 Jan 2013

Portsmouth court date pushed back for a third time

Administrators to Portsmouth will need to wait until the end of the month to find out the future of the collapsed club

16 Jan 2013

HMRC to scrutinise companies with outstanding VAT

HMRC is to tell 50,000 to get their VAT affairs up-to-date or face greater scrutiny in future

10 Jan 2013

BDO/PKF merger confirmed

Merged firms to be called BDO and process to be completed by spring 2013

11 Dec 2012

BDO/PKF merger vote to be completed this week

Partner vote on merger to be completed this week with a public announcement to be released before Christmas

04 Dec 2012

Portsmouth FC administrators receive early court date

Portsmouth administrators given date to seal the deal on a sale but club will be liquidated if court disagrees

21 Nov 2012

PKF replaces PwC as auditors of Warner Estate

PwC, in various forms, has been the company's auditors since its incorporation in 1966

16 Nov 2012

Charities worried about how to show VFM

Illustrating value to different stakeholders a big problem for charities, according to PKF survey

14 Nov 2012

PKF Chinese firm to join BDO

More merger efforts between BDO and PKF

13 Nov 2012

Interview: BDO's Simon Michaels and PKF's Martin Goodchild

The managing partners talk to Accountancy Age about the whys and hows of their merger plans

07 Nov 2012

BDO and PKF confirm "advanced merger discussions"

The two firms look to merge in the new year

07 Nov 2012

PKF administrators line up supporters to buy Portsmouth

Portsmouth FC administrators line up Portsmouth Supporters Trust as preferred buyer

19 Oct 2012

PKF's partner profits fall as downturn takes toll

Profits and revenue fall at PKF, hitting partners distributions

15 Oct 2012

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