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Ernst & Young opens Myanmar firm The new firm aims to provide tax, transaction and business advice to clients looking to invest in the country. "We are seeing growing interest in Myanmar from both Asian and other international investors since the
The new legislation will require companies to switch auditor every eight years and will also stop firms using the same accountants to provide audit services and advice. The FD bases its claim on statements from major accountancy groups and
The number of investments also declined 4 percent, to 3,336 deals, according to Ernst & Young's Venture Capital Insights and Trends Report...Total venture capital investment fell 20 percent in 2012, compared to 2011 while the number of fundraising
When these companies want to hire, they look within because they have to deliver from day one and cannot give the newcomer time to settle, he says, adding, "If talent from outside is not infused within the industry, this trend could be self-defeating.
Billionaire List editor Kerry Dolan looking for expertise in accounting and disclosure requirements for listings on the Saudi Arabia stock exchange. Yes, you heard that right. (Once you're known as the accounting expert you get all kinds of questions.
Ernst & Young will pay $123 million to resolve a US tax-fraud probe as part of a non-prosecution agreement, according to a statement by the Manhattan US Attorney's Office. The accounting firm "admitted wrongful conduct" by its partners and employees
Ernst & Young agreed on Friday to pay $123 million to resolve a federal investigation into its role developing and marketing tax shelters that helped its clients avoid more than $2 billion in tax liabilities, the U.S. government said...Attorney's
PwC, Ernst & Young and Deloitte audit 90% of businesses is due David Feeney PriceWaterhouseCooper's building in London Bridge. The report is expected to attack the cosy relationship between auditors and senior management at City firms. Photograph:
Meijburg as saying a court case against the one-off extra charge has a good chance of success...The experts say the charge can be fought against in court because it was approved after companies had paid out their 2012 bonuses.
The Deloitte Company logo is seen on a commercial tower at Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi August 9, 2012. The "Big Four" accounting firms should find out this week how their grip on Britain's audit market could be loosened in a ruling Europe