PracticeAuditPharmaceutical company swaps Mazars for CCW as auditor

Pharmaceutical company swaps Mazars for CCW as auditor

Listed chinese medicine business swaps Mazars for CCW as auditor after a year

MAZARS HAS BEEN replaced as auditor for pharmaceutical business MiLOC after just a year.

The board of MiLOC, the plus listed Chinese medicine business, announced that commencing the 2011 year end audit, “Mazars have been replaced as auditor to the group by Crowe Clark Whitehill“.

Accountancy Age understands that Mazars‘ was appointed to the role of auditor around April 2010.

A statement from MiLOC said: “The board members would like to thank you Mazars LLP for their services to the group over the past years.”

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