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Carmine Di Sibio, the global chairman and chief executive of Big Four accountancy firm EY, has announced plans to step down in June next year. His decision comes in the wake of a scrapped proposal to divide EY into separate audit and consulting businesses, a move informally known as Project Everest.

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The UK economy is predicted to avoid a technical recession and a calendar year contraction in 2023, with an anticipated growth of 0.2%, according to the EY ITEM Club Spring Forecast. The improvement is attributed to better-than-expected GDP in Q4 2022 and the expected rapid easing of inflationary pr

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The London stock market saw a sluggish beginning to 2023, as only five issuers raised a mere £81 million in the first quarter of the year. The main market had just two IPOs, raising a total of £63m, while the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) had three admissions, raising £18m. T

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EY's plan to split its auditing and consulting businesses has been thrown into disarray after the US head, Julie Boland, told partners that the deal was on hold and needed to be renegotiated.

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