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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.

Pharmaceutical company Smith & Nephew has appointed KPMG as its

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. 

Heroic accountant Paul Sopher ended up saving more than a client's tax bill when he ventured out with his girlfriend for a few drinks near Temple, London last week.


Morrison Supermarkets has ended its external audit contract with KPMG and switched to PwC in line with corporate governance guidance from the regulator to tender c


KPMG has announced a strategic partnership with cloud accounting application Xero, in which the Big Four firm will provide online accounting and tax services to small to medium sized businesses