Topic: Audit

Deloitte denied cooperation credit in Autonomy audit case

Deloitte’s cooperation with criminal investigators failed to result in a reduced penalty in a UK accountancy regulator case concerning the Big Four consultancy’s substandard audits of software company Autonomy.

06 January 2021

GIR Interactive: precision US sanctions a “huge challenge” for compliance

US sanctions that only restrict certain dealings with designated parties cause significant headaches for financial institutions’ compliance departments, according to a senior banking executive.

11 December 2020

Hong Kong regulator accesses Chinese company audit documents for the first time

10 December 2020

Deutsche Bank's chief accountant steps aside over Wirecard-linked probe

09 December 2020

Germany investigates EY partners over Wirecard scandal

07 December 2020

Short-seller criticises European regulators’ understanding of corporate fraud

04 December 2020

German auditing regulator reports EY to prosecutors over Wirecard scandal

27 November 2020

Ex-KPMG partner asks to avoid prison in fraud case

Former accountant Thomas Whittle says he deserves to avoid prison for helping prosecutors convict two individuals over a scheme to illicitly obtain confidential information from a US accounting regulator.

26 November 2020

JPMorgan slapped with $250 million fine over compliance issues

The US Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency handed JPMorgan Chase Bank a $250 million penalty over internal controls and audit failures.

24 November 2020

Anti-corruption group calls for EY public contract ban

16 November 2020

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