PracticeAuditAndersen fights to keep top clients

Andersen fights to keep top clients

Embattled Big Five firm Andersen has been fighting to keep some of its largest US clients since it admitted last week to destroying Enron documents.

Andersen has already been forced to reassure one of its top clients that its audit team was completely separate from those involved in Enron’s work.

The firm has the least number of large clients of the Big Five in the US, but does have computer giant Oracle on its books.

The news over client worries came as the firm was order to appear before the US Senate’s investigations committee to explain the destruction of the Enron audit documents.

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