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India's market regulator has banned international accounting firm PwC from auditing listed companies for two years because of its role in one of the country's biggest corporate scandals.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) issued the order after finding the firm guilty of certifying th...Read More
1 year ago
Fraud in the UK reached a 15-year high of £2.11 billion in 2017, according to a new study.
Accountancy firm BDO examined ...Read More 1 year ago
Western Union is paying $60M to resolve allegations that it failed for more than a decade to maintain a programme to deter...Read More 1 year ago
Five online casino companies could lose their licences to operate, after the Gambling Commission warned they were not doin...Read More 1 year ago
PwC is facing a trial to determine how much it has to pay for failing to detect a lengthy and possibly multi-billion dolla...Read More 1 year ago
Rahman Ravelli has begun 2018 by celebrating the latest in a string of legal awards.
The legal firm, which specialises in ...Read More 1 year ago
A judge has ruled that Shell, Italian firm Eni and some of their senior figures should be tried for aggravated internation...Read More 1 year ago
Switzerland’s financial regulator FINMA is to conduct an in-depth review of JP Morgan’s Swiss un...
The world’s biggest builder of oil rigs, Keppel Offshore and Marine, is paying $422 million to end...
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to take orders from a newly-created organisation.
With current Dir...
European Union states and legislators have agreed stricter rules to prevent money laundering and ter...
HSBC no longer faces prosecution in the US over allegations it laundered Mexican drug money.
HS2, the £55.7 billion project to build a new high speed rail line, is vulnerable to fraud and othe...