September date for Mayflower tribunal

September date for Mayflower tribunal

Four-week disciplinary will hear complaints against PwC, former FD and a financial controller

A disciplinary tribunal involving Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers for
its work on collapsed bus manufacturer Mayflower has been set for 11 September.

The hearing is expected to last up to four weeks and will also hear
complaints laid against former finance director David Donnelly and the former
financial controller of subsidiary TransBus, Ian Shelton.

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