Colin - PKF own goal

Colin's take on the world of football

18 Nov 2011

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PKF in possession of illegal phone records

Unlawfully obtained phone records found their way into the hands of PKF a High Court judge said

18 Nov 2011

Trevor Birch

PKF: Football FDs are battening down the hatches

FDs of clubs are tightening their belts in the face of reduced revenue from merchandising and fewer ticket sales

13 Sep 2011

Ex-PKF director joins RSM Tenon

Jill Sandford returns to RSM Tenon prior to its merger with RSM Robson Rhodes

07 Sep 2011

Ex-E&Y partner and former Chelsea chief joins PKF

Football and insolvency veteran Trevor Birch takes role at PKF

25 Aug 2011

PKF and BDO in hot water over China fraud

PKF and BDO face legal action from shareholders after China Expert Technology defrauded $132m

22 Jul 2011

How to make the leap into another career

Former PKF senior partner Tom Morton reveals his key lessons learned starting again

11 Jul 2011

PKF appoints two new partners

Accounting firm announces two new partner promotions

01 Jul 2011

RSM Tenon poaches PKF partner

Eddie Kerr, head of PKF's Leicester office, has joined RSM Tenon

07 Jun 2011

E&Y trumps PKF in investment fund audit bid

E&Y pushed PKF aside in the bid to audit Imara African Opportunities Fund

31 May 2011

Back to school for firms' recruitment plans?

Mat Allen suggest that rising uni fees might encourage firms to look outside of the academic system for recruits

12 May 2011

Philip Longs for Olympic role

08 Apr 2011

Philip Long retires from PKF

PKF's national head of corporate recovery Philip Long steps down having served for more than 38 years at the firm

08 Apr 2011

Richard Bint takes PKF senior partner role

Richard Bint takes senior partner role, having joined in 1975

07 Apr 2011

PKF administrators achieve CVA at Dundee FC

Administrator Bryan Jackson has managed to complete a company voluntary arrangement at Dundee FC

09 Feb 2011

PKF succeeds PwC as ViCTory VCT auditor

Global investment company ViCTory VCT is changing its auditor from PwC to PKF as part of a cost-cutting drive

01 Feb 2011

PKF boosts charity team

Charity finance director veteran Karen Thompson joins PKF as audit partner

17 Jan 2011

PKF awarded fees for Super Aguri F1 administration

PKF partners have been awarded fees for insolvency work on Super Aguri Formula One, more than two years after they were succeeded by liquidators.

03 Nov 2010

PKF administrator called into Dundee FC

Bryan Jackson is appointed administrator of Scottish football club Dundee FC

15 Oct 2010

Dundee FC lines up PKF partner for administration

PKF insolvency practitioner Bryan Jackson in line to take on the administration of Dundee FC

12 Oct 2010

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