Thursday morning's headlines all seem to point in the direction on one ubiquitous Big Four firm.
Tea, toast and marmite at the ready? Good! Then lets begin our third *ever* 9am Lowdown. Hold on to your hats, folks - here comes a lighthearted look at five of today's stories.
KPMG has invited all its listed client companies to include in their annual reports broader qualitative commentary from the auditor.
A round-up of the latest news, executive moves and acquisitions from the world of practice during September 2014.
Update 5 September: A former KPMG director has been cleared of fraud at the Old Bailey this week.
Online betting company Betfair has admitted in its 2014 annual report
KPMG’s fraud barometer has reported a rise in the number of younger, more 'tech-savvy' fraudsters in cases going through the Crown Courts.
KPMG will soon publish a review of its audit of Irish Nationwide Building Society after the mutual had to be nationalised in 2010 because of multi-billion pound losses.
KPMG is setting up a new tax office for compliance services in Birmingham.