BusinessBusiness RecoveryKPMG probes Unwins collapse

KPMG probes Unwins collapse

Unwins administrators look into activities of private equity owner Devereux Montague

KPMG, the administrators of Unwins, is probing claims that takings were
transferred to Devereux Montague, the private equity owners of the collapsed
off-licence chain.

The Big Four firm is also investigating why Unwins continued trading when
stocks had slumped to low levels last year, the Daily Telegraph reports.

Devereux Montague is understood to have denied any wrongdoing.

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