KPMG pursued by Deloitte over audit of Goals Soccer Centres & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest accountancy news round-up…
KPMG have launched a new specialist Energy Lead Advisory practice; which will help support clients which would like to embrace the new ‘net-zero’ economy and de-carbonise.
At the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee hearing, the Education and Skills Funding Agency’s director of provider market oversight told MPs that £6 million has been spent on administrators from BDO to put Hadlow College and West Kent and Ashford College through administration.
The Alexander Partnership has been acquired out of administration by LHP Chartered Accountants after the collapse of it’s former owner Juno Moneto Group.
Following its accounting fraud from 2009, Deloitte are pursing KPMG over its audit of football pitch operator Goals Soccer Centres.
Arcadia to appoint Deloitte after being unable to secure emergency funding. Retail group Arcadia, which owns brands such as Topshop and Burton could be on the brink of collapse as Sky news reported that Arcadia will appoint Deloitte in the next week after talk with lenders failed to reach an agreement.
Senior auditors at Mazars and MHA have reported that long-awaited reforms to the audit sector are due to be released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy before Christmas.
Working from home has become a permanent fix as Deloitte announced that they will be closing four of its 50 offices last month. Offices in Gatwick, Liverpool, Nottingham and Southampton will close with 500 workers permanently working from home.