ICAS announced yesterday David Logan, employed by PricewaterhouseCoopers, has been suspended from membership of the institute while an investigation is undertaken.
The institute said the action was necessary to protect the public interest.
The complaint regarding Logan was said by ICAS to involve ‘a serious breach of trust’.
The suspension means Logan is not currently permitted to call himself a chartered accountant.
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