Charles Stanley Group has changed its auditors of fifty years, Saffery
Champness, and replaced the firm with
The Big Four auditor was appointed in place of Safferys after a competitive
“We retain the highest regard for Saffery Champness, who will continue to
provide other services to the group,” stated Charles Stanley chairman Sir David
Howard in a circular to shareholders.
There were no other circumstances surrounding the switch that required
bringing to the attention of creditors or shareholders of the group.
Stanley has been a member of the London Stock Exchange since 1852,
and provides stockbroking and investment services.
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