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Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 14 Sep 2014

It was mostly a PwC and EY party this week. EY declined to stand for reelection for a couple of mutual funds. CIM Commercial let go of PwC back in March, and finally named BDO as new auditor this week. 104 more words

Auditor Changes

Is there a need for Outsourcing Overhaul?

The HFS blog has published a mix of tidings for outsourcing companies. Some good and some bad!

For vendors a little under 50% of contracts, are up for renewal. 148 more words


Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 07 Sep 2014

In a very un-accepting move, KPMG resigned as auditor of the World Acceptance Corporation. A quick read of the 8-K indicates the company put the audit out for bid. 87 more words

Auditor Changes

REC/KPMG Report on Jobs: Vacancies rise at strongest rate in over 16 years

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs – published today – provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies. 646 more words


Is NATO about to make cyber war a reality?

This week I’ve been looking at the news that NATO’s set to ratify a new cyber policy which first made public back in June. So far, so boring you might think. 461 more words

Resources Worth Routing: Corporate Tax Inversions

by Jason Norris, CFA
Executive Vice President of Research

Corporate tax inversion searches on Google have spiked the last few months as the public looks to educate itself on the recent announcement of U.S. 135 more words

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Unrest in Hong Kong

Hong Kong was promised universal suffrage by 2017 under the Basic Law, a mini-constitution in effect since the official handover of Hong Kong to China in 1997. 477 more words

Countries Under Pressure