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Did MP Charles Chong spread ‘fake news’ on the eve of 2015 GE?

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

by Vincent Low

On 8 Sep 2015 just 3 days before 2015 GE, People’s Action Party candidate for Punggol East Charles Chong distributed flyers alleging Workers’ Party has somehow “lost” $22.5 million of town council funds. 724 more words

Current Affairs

Top 10 Predictions for FinTech in 2018

The concept of fintech has matured greatly since its inception as the fintech market as a whole continued to mature during 2017, KMPG writes in… 235 more words


What is the point of an audit?

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KPMG is in the news again for the competency of its audit standards over the collapse of Carillion. KPMG has previously been criticised over its audit of HBOS, Co-op and Rolls Royce. 723 more words


Hinkley Point C conflict of interest: consultancy firms working for both government and developers

Alex Ralph in The Times reports that consultancy firms working for the government on the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station were advising the project’s Chinese investor and its French builder at the same time: 294 more words

Nuclear Power

Africa Oil & Gas: Angola pays KPMG €15Mi to check Isabel dos Santos accounts at Sonangol

Angolan oil company Sonangol will spend 15.4 million euros on the audit of the group’s accounts, which will be guaranteed by KPMG, after it deferred the consultant chosen by the previous administration, Isabel dos Santos, whose accounts will also be analyzed. 573 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Accountants accused of "feasting on Carillion carcass"

“MPs have accused the “big four” accountancy firms of “feasting on what was soon to become a carcass” as it emerged they banked £72m for work linked to collapsed government contractor Carillion in the years leading up to its financial failure. 138 more words


Eat ‘considering options’ as industry pressures bite

Sandwich chain Eat has said it is “considering various options” as staff costs, increasing rents and increased business rates bite. 92 more words