Lloyds Bank “artificially distressed” small business customers after they were transferred to a support unit as banks tried to strengthen their own balance sheets after the financial crisis, it
We're half-way through the week and the news headlines this morning feature Tesco, KPMG and new research from AXA on the recent pension reforms.
A round-up of the latest news, appointments, executive moves and acquisitions from the world of practice during February 2015.
KPMG and subsidiary KPMG Audit have been fined nearly £390,000 by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) in total for breaches of ethical standards for auditors.
The collapse of a £300m hedge fund has triggered a legal battle between Big Four accounting firms EY and KPMG.
With Christmas and New Year round the corner, accountants at large firms can expect to receive an extra present in this year's stocking.
KPMG and F1 group McLaren have partnered up to apply McLaren Applied Technologies’ (MAT) predictive analytics and technology to the firm's audit and advisory services.
Accounting firms Ernst & Young and PwC are among the UK’s top employers for internships, according to research.
As we near the end of the week we’ve got a bonanza of business news to get through this morning including encouraging new ONS figures, an elaborate financial hoax