Carillion

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KPMG has been fined £20 million by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) for its audits of Carillion and Regenersis. The £20m fine, which is the largest the big four firm has received in the UK, is part of sanctions for misconduct of audits carried out by KPMG for Carrilion and Regenersi

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is set to receive the entire £14.4 million fine imposed on KPMG last week for its role in the Carillion scandal. Last week, Scottish Financial News reported that KPMG was set to be fined after a Financial Reporting Council (FR

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The liquidators of Carillion have launched a potential £250 million legal claim against KPMG - the former auditor of the collapsed contractor. The Official Receiver, the government agency in charge of liquidating Carillion, submitted a High Court legal claim against the firm on Friday. Full de

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The accountancy failures surrounding the collapse of Carillion are costing other firms with government contracts millions of pounds in annual audit fees.

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The two private finance initiative (PFI) hospitals that Carillion was building at the time it collapsed are currently due for completion at vastly increased budgets with most of the increased costs being met by the contractor and private PFI investors, a National Audit Office (NAO) investigatio

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has strengthened its Going Concern audit standard. The FRC revised its Going Concern standard in response to recent enforcement cases and well-publicised corporate failures where the auditor’s report failed to highlight concerns about the prospects of enti

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