Monday, February 12, 2018

'Big Four' accountancy giants' £150million taxpayer-funded feeding frenzy over collapsed Carillion

KPMG made almost £17million in fees directly, plus £3.4million from other Government departments on Carillion-related work, while Ernst & Young made £18.3million and Deloitte, £12million. KPMG approved Carillion's 2016 finances, only for the construction giant to reveal an £845million black hole in ...
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