BDO to manage books of Law Society

BDO to manage books of Law Society

Deloitte dropped in favour of mid-tier firm

The Law Society has replaced its long-standing auditor Deloitte with mid-tier
firm BDO Stoy Hayward, according to Legal Week.

Deloitte had been its auditor for the last 12 years as well as its primary
adviser.

BDO won after the Law Society called on accounting firms to submit formal
tenders for the job.

The appointment, which is expected to run for a three-year term, is set to be
confirmed at a formal vote by the society’s 105-member council at its AGM in
July.

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