AN Irish accountant has been fined and struck off after he breached ethical
rules including taking a loan from a client,
Ballymena accountant, John T Osborne, was yesterday fined 30,000 euro
(£27,000) and told he could no longer practice by the Chartered Accountants
Regulatory Board, which found he breached ethical guidelines a number of times.
Osborne, of Crankill Road, was found to have breached his duty when he failed
to respond to correspondence from the head of quality assurance. The body also
found he accepted a loan from a director of a company which was also an audit
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