Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Blackrock points finger at Carillion chiefs´ greed as company went up in flames

“Those closest (to the situation) don't seem to have any liability … one of the things I would look at much more closely is the tenure of auditors,” he said, noting that KPMG had been auditors for Carillion since 1999. He was then asked by MPs whether he thought the Big Four accounting firms – KPMG, EY ...
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