According to reports, Wakeham, along with 50 other individuals connected to Enron, has been subpoenaed to give evidence in front of the Senate’s governmental affairs committee.
In particular, the committee will want to quiz Wakeham over the part he played as a key member of two board committees – the company’s audit and compliance committee and a separate committee designed to protect shareholders’ interests.
Wakeham, who carved his reputation as Margaret Thatcher’s ‘Mr Fixit’ has been a non-executive director at Enron since 1994.
As Energy secretary he gave consent for Enron to build Britain’s largest private power plant on Teeside.
Mark McMullen joins the private client services team from Smith & Williamson
Merger between Clear & Lane Chartered Accountants and Magma Chartered Accountants was finalised on 3 February
BDO has taken its new partner intake to 23 during the first half of its financial year, including the appointment of five partners in five weeks
The firm reports 7.6% global fee income growth for the year ending 31 December 2016