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Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 01 Mar 2015

After announcing it about 18 months ago, HSBC made it official this week; KPMG is out, and PwC in.

And, as proof that you can name your company whatever you want, Blue Bird Corporation (formerly known as School Bus Holdings Inc.) filed an 8-K about Rothstein Kass being absorbed by KPMG. 160 more words

Auditor Changes

Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 22 Feb 2015

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The US arms of HSBC engaged PwC for 2015 audit work. No mention of current/soon to be previous auditor KPMG, presumably because they are still wrapping up 2014 work.  109 more words

Auditor Changes

KPMG and I talk about changes at the Audit Committee meeting

I am used to seeing some new thinking from our Canadian friends. That is hardly the case when you look at a recent publication from KPMG Canada, Audit Trends: … 786 more words

Risk

Resilience NEWS

Disaster insurance ‘flawed’

New Zealand’s dual insurance system has been deemed inefficient by a leading insurance company, following the Canterbury earthquakes. A report by Vero insurance and Deloitte Access Economics – Four Years On: Insurance and the Canterbury Earthquakes – was released yesterday in Christchurch. 328 more words

KPMG's viral morale meme

100 Best Companies to Work For 2014 rank: No. 80

U.S. Headquarters: New York City

Perk: A shared leave program allows employees to donate unused paid time-off to co-workers who might need it in an emergency. 518 more words

Leadership

Cab for Hire

In May 2013, the Financial Times reported on “the symbiotic relationship between government and the companies at the centre of recent tax avoidance rows”. According to publicly available data, eighteen former ministers of state and senior civil servants had moved to KPMG, Deloitte, or PwC in the previous decade. 1,191 more words

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KPMG - Nigeria’s high speed rail is ‘world-class’

http://www.thecable.ng/kpmg-nigerias-high-speed-rail-world-class?fb_action_ids=10204149877000296&fb_action_types=og.comments

Nigeria’s high speed rail project initiated by President Goodluck Jonathan has been rated among the global top 100 world-class infrastructure projects by KPMG. The rail will connect Lagos, Kano, Kaduna, Warri, Bauchi, Abuja, and Port Harcourt and will cost the country $13 billion, much of which will be financed with a loan from the Export Import Bank of China. 242 more words

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