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The Spanish division of accountancy firm BDO is facing a €100 million fine over a fishing company's accounts. BDO's Spanish division was the auditor of Pescanova, a Galician foods group, for over ten years before the firm filed for insolvency in 2013, having incurred debts of more than &eu

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BDO, which is the second-largest auditor of listed companies in the UK, has been fined £160,000 and reprimanded over its audit of international insurer AmTrust Europe Limited. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said the fined related to BDO's unintentional rule breaches relating to failures

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Business leaders in Scotland have called for the government to replace Business Rates with an online sales tax similar to Digital Services Tax, according to a new poll conducted by accountancy and advisory firm BDO LLP. A significant majority (81%) of Scottish respondents indicated that with busines

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BDO is now the second-largest auditor of listed companies in the UK, according to new data from Adviser Rankings.  The firm is the UK’s fifth-largest accounting firm by revenue as it has gained 35 listed clients in the 12 months to May. As a result, BDO now audits 297 listed companie

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BDO, the liquidator of the former owner of Rangers Football Club (RFC), has accumulated fees of around £1,700 per day, according to its latest report. BDO has had its bill for £290,000 for work between November 2 last year and May 15 in 2020 approved by the creditors’ committee of

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BDO has taken over from KPMG as the auditor of Ted Baker. In January, Ted Baker reported that the value of inventory held on the group’s balance sheet at 26th January 2019 was overstated by £58 million, a number more than double the value of the £20-25m it initially suggested.

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Fraud cases in Scotland are expected to rise this year as fraudsters are increasingly taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak, according to a new report by from accountancy and business advisory firm BDO. Fraudsters are understood to be taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak, with mass

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BDO is the latest major accountancy firm to announce cuts to partners remuneration and the furlough of staff with the firm decreasing partner pay by a fifth amid the coronavirus pandemic. BDO, which is the fifth-largest accounting group in Britain by revenues, told its 5,500 employees yesterday

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Business optimism across the UK fell by its largest-ever margin in March, thanks to the current coronavirus crisis, according to figures from the latest BDO Business Trends report.

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Partners at the UK's biggest accountancy firms will have their payouts slashed by hundreds of thousands of pounds this year as the sector prepares to face a huge crash in revenues amid stemming from the coronavirus outbreak. Yesterday, partners at BDO agreed to cut partner pay by up to 25% in a bid

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