The UK and Irish accountancy bodies have agreed to changes to it disciplinary
body, although discussions around the new protocol are still ongoing.
The AADB, headed by counsel Cameron Scott (pictured), had initially flagged
up required changes to itself after it lost its first case, Mayflower back in
October 2008 saw the body call for the power to conduct its own preliminary
“We will participate actively in the discussions with the AADB to agree a
protocol on the proposed new power of the AADB to conduct preliminary enquiries
and welcome the opportunity to contribute to the future success of the scheme,”
said CCAB chairman Martin Hagen.
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