PracticeAuditBerkshire firm loses company auditor status

Berkshire firm loses company auditor status

Elaine Pleace Associates, a firm based in Maidenhead, has had its registration as company auditor withdrawn by the ICAEW.

Link: For more audit news

Under powers contained in the audit regulations and guidance, the institute’s audit registration committee withdrew the registration of Elaine Pleace Associates for failure to ‘co-operate with the ICAEW or to submit the annual return by the due date’.

The decision was taken on the 8 August 2003.

Elaine Pleace Associates is based at Thames Cottage, Old Mill Lane, Bray in Maidenhead, SL6 2BD.

Elaine Pleace told AccountancyAge.com that she would be appealing against the decision as it ‘was not justified’.

Related Articles

Is predictive analytics the end of the annual audit?

Audit Is predictive analytics the end of the annual audit?

2d Martin Herron, MHA MacIntyre Hudson
Auditors ‘in the dock’ over Carillion as report calls for Big Four break-up

Audit Auditors ‘in the dock’ over Carillion as report calls for Big Four break-up

1w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
PCAOB sanctions former Deloitte Turkey CEOs over altered documents

Audit PCAOB sanctions former Deloitte Turkey CEOs over altered documents

2w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
KPMG South Africa to review past audit work amid fresh scandal

Audit KPMG South Africa to review past audit work amid fresh scandal

1m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
FRC introduces £10m sanctions for Big Four firms

Audit FRC introduces £10m sanctions for Big Four firms

1m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Ukraine’s PrivatBank files $3bn claim against PwC

Audit Ukraine’s PrivatBank files $3bn claim against PwC

2m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Grant Thornton to exit FTSE 350 audit market, citing Big Four dominance

Audit Grant Thornton to exit FTSE 350 audit market, citing Big Four dominance

2m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Big Four dominate FTSE 250 audit market in Q1 rankings

Audit Big Four dominate FTSE 250 audit market in Q1 rankings

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter