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AIDB to discuss first case

Accountancy's disciplinary body is due to hold its second board meeting today with the subject of the organisation's first case expected to be top of the list of topics.

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Cameron Scott, executive counsel of the Independent Disciplinary Board, will sit down with the board to discuss possible cases to pursue.

Recent accounting scandals, such as the oil reserves overstatements at Shell and the Mayflower fiasco, are expected to be discussed.

An announcement on the IDB’s first case is expected some time in July.

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