Big Four firm PwC is in the spotlight again over its audit of RSM Tenon during a turbulent period for the listed accountancy firm.
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Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers was hit this week with a £1.4m fine and a minimum of £22,051 in costs for disciplinary failings it admitted in its role as auditor for JP Morgan Securities (JPM
Sub-prime lender Cattles has claimed in a court hearing that PwC’s audits of the firm between 2005 and 2007 led to a “gross misstatement” of its financial position.
A disciplinary hearing date has now been set for PwC in relation to a formal complaint over its audit of JP Morgan S
The UK Chancellor may have downgraded his growth forecasts after a sticky few quarters, but PricewaterhouseCoopers bucked the prevailing economic conditions to post a 6% increase in turnover to £2.
PricewaterhouseCoopers faces a disciplinary tribunal after accepting the validity of a complaint brought by the Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board (AADB) arising from its audits of JP Morga
Growth through M&A activity looks set to continue through 2011 and in particular pre-emptive activity is the “order of the day”, according to PwC head of Corporate Finance, Neil Sutton.
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