PracticeAccounting FirmsAndersen’s crisis meeting moves into day three

Andersen's crisis meeting moves into day three

Global board members at splintering firm Andersen, are today entrenched in day three of their crisis meetings in London.

It is believed the members are discussing the appointment of an interim CEO to succeed Joe Berardino this week, and the move to merge the UK operation with KPMG.

The meeting of 18 managing partners, revealed by AccountancyAge.com last week, is expected to make announcements over an appointment as soon as possible.

Berardino quit as chief executive a week ago after 14 months in the role. Lou Salvatore and Paul Volcker have been tipped as potential candidates for the interim position.

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