Sir Michael Peat, Buckingham Palace’s group finance director, is to face the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee on 18 December, 2000. The former KPMG partner, who became the first ever accountant to fill the role of Keeper of the Privy Purse, will have to answer the committee’s questions on the maintenance of the Royal finances. www.royal.gov.uk.
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