A spokeswoman for the firm said the two parties hoped due diligence would be completed shortly, despite fears regulators may take issue with a Big Four.
Meanwhile, it was also revealed today that Andersen partners will remain liable for any actions taken against the firm in the UK, with Deloitte not taking on any responsibility for its new partner.
‘We are combining with Deloitte rather than merging. As a result no money will be changing hands and Deloitte will not be taking on any Andersen liabilities,’ the spokeswoman added.
Carter Backer Winter has acquired Edwards Financial Services, expanding its financial planning department
New growth opportunities in Aberdeen, North East Scotland, are being invested in by Grant Thornton
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A new partner, Dermot Callinan, has joined Saffery Champness from KPMG where he was recently the head of the UK private client advisory team