PKF replaces PwC as auditors of Warner Estate

PKF replaces PwC as auditors of Warner Estate

PwC, in various forms, has been the company's auditors since its incorporation in 1966

PKF HAS BEEN APPOINTED as auditors of property investment and asset management company Warner Estate Holdings.

PwC, in various forms, has been the company’s auditors since its incorporation in 1966, and was involved in the tender process.

Warner Estate manages almost £1.2 billion of property across the UK.

PKF’s appointment will commence with the financial year ending 31 March 2013.

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