The ICAEW has confirmed that it’s investigating a potential conflict of interest after Leeds’ results for 2013-14 were audited by a firm with family links to the club’s chairman.
The Manchester Building Society is taking Grant Thornton to court for £49m.
A lot of things come to mind when we think of the term “risk-free investment”, most notably, “Yeah right!” But, Accounts Payable auditors are ideally positioned to offer their services on a conting
Sometimes, just to shine a new light on things, I like to imagine how one of our forefathers might have handled the same problems that we face today.
Data security breaches are an everyday occurrence; but, not all of them make the headlines.
As audit firms get into gear to plan their December 2013 year-end audits, Steve Collings takes a look at 10 of the most common pitfalls flagged up by file reviewer
During the early part of this century UK and Ireland auditing standards were replaced by International Standards on Auditing (ISAs).
Audit firms with academies as their clients will be turning their attention to the 2013 audits and undoubtedly digesting the content of the latest
FTSE 100 asset management company Schroders has ditched PwC as its auditor in favour of KPMG, ending a half-century relationship with the firm.
Big Four firm PwC is in the spotlight again over its audit of RSM Tenon during a turbulent period for the listed accountancy firm.