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AATV: Litigation against accounting networks

Peter Wyman analyses the impact of current litigation facing global accountancy networks

In part three of our interview with PwC’s Peter Wyman, the global leader of
public policy examines the potential fall-out from current litigation facing
several accountancy networks and how it could change the structure of networks
in future.

View the other parts of this interview by clicking on the links below:

Part one: G20 and accounting
standards

Part two: The SEC and limited
liability agreements

Part four: Satyam and banking
audits

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