PracticeAuditAudio: Lord Lawson criticises Big Four over banking crisis

Audio: Lord Lawson criticises Big Four over banking crisis

Were audit firms 'the dogs that didn't bark' during the financial crisis?

Audio: Lord Lawson criticises Big Four over banking crisis

Gavin Hinks and Mario Christodoulou discuss the House of Lords inquiry into audit’s role in the banking crisis. Were the audit firms ‘the dogs that didn’t bark’, as Lord Lawson suggested, and what should the Big Four expect when they face the inquiry?

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