PracticeAccounting FirmsScicluna faces disciplinary hearing on Monday

Scicluna faces disciplinary hearing on Monday

Deloitte chairman faces JDS disciplinary tribunal hearing on Monday over audit of casino operator Capital Corporation

The disciplinary tribunal hearing of Big Four firm Deloitte and UK chairman
Martin Scicluna begins on Monday.

The private tribunal, which could last up to five days, will hear complaints
from the Joint Disciplinary Scheme over the firm’s 1996 audit of casino operator
Capital Corporation.

Scicluna is charged with failing to report a fraudulent audit partner to the
ICAEW. Deloitte and Scicluna will challenge these claims at the hearing. A
ruling is not expected until some time next year.

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