PwC to take on Weir Group audit

PwC to take on Weir Group audit

FTSE 250 engineer to appoint PwC as auditor, ending EY's tenure

PWC is to be appointed auditor of Glasgow-based FTSE 250 engineering firm Weir Group at its 2016 AGM at the end of the month.

PwC will audit the company’s statements for the financial year commencing 2 January 2016 onwards.

Weir’s most recent annual report for 2015 showed the audit and associated work was worth a total of £1.7m in fees to previous incumbent EY.

Recent audit wins for PwC include London-listed natural sweetener producer PureCircle.

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