Monday, January 15, 2018

James Ashton: It's time the Big Four paid for their blunders

The smallest of the Big Four, KPMG, was the laggard: it grew at 5% but because it wrote off bad investments and other one-offs, profits skidded by 20%. New chairman Bill Michael will be mindful that although the firm performed well on the audit side — winning business from BT and Legal and General ...
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