PracticeAccounting FirmsScicluna ‘incandescent with rage’

Scicluna 'incandescent with rage'

Deloitte chairman speaks to Sunday Times about allegations over Capital Corporation

Martin Scicluna has said that he was ‘incandescent with rage’ over the
allegations that he should have reported auditor Stephen Ives to the ICAEW.

Talking to the Sunday Times, Scicluna said: ‘Yes, I was angry, even
incandescent with rage. We said consistently that there was no merit in the case
and we didn’t break any rules. We said we took the right action at the right
time. I like to think our ethics at Deloitte are higher than the rules.’

Scicluna was cleared of the charges against him last week by the Joint
Disciplinary Tribunal, but not before the firm had been through another legal
action against the disciplinary scheme to prevent the charges against Scicluna
even being publicised.

Related Articles

BDO’s global revenues pass $8bn

Accounting Firms BDO’s global revenues pass $8bn

3d Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances: Finding growth amid uncertainty

Accounting Firms Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances: Finding growth amid uncertainty

5d Philip Smith, Reporter
Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances 2017: Big Four tussle for top spot

Accounting Firms Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances 2017: Big Four tussle for top spot

7d Emma Smith, Managing Editor
BDO reports revenue growth of 5.7%

Accounting Firms BDO reports revenue growth of 5.7%

2w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

Accounting Firms Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Kingston Smith reports 7% gender pay gap

Accounting Firms Kingston Smith reports 7% gender pay gap

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
RSM announces two partner promotions

Accounting Firms RSM announces two partner promotions

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Backsourcing: The latest accountancy trend?

Accounting Firms Backsourcing: The latest accountancy trend?

1m Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman