PracticeAccounting FirmsAndersen winning ‘sympathy vote’

Andersen winning 'sympathy vote'

The US business consulting arm of splintering firm Andersen today denied the Enron affair was impacting on its business - adding in some instances it was receiving 'sympathy votes' from clients.

A Houston based Andersen Business Consultant told AccountancyAge.com at software giant Hyperion’s annual conference, that it was ‘business as usual’, despite the traumas of the long-suffering firm.

The consultant, added: ‘We have a strong reputation, good people, and massive clients, many of whom are not interested in what happens in accountancy or audit.P.

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