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The Sun › Finance › 3 days ago
BRITS fork out an average £451 on 34 takeaways a year. Researchers found adults typically spend between £10 and £15 per person on each meal. The UK’s most popular takeaway is Chinese food with favourites like Kung Pao chicken and sweet and sour...
Reuters › Finance › 2 weeks ago
The Bank of England fined Citigroup 43.9 million pounds ($56.3 million) on Tuesday, saying the U.S. banking group's British operations failed to provide it with accurate regulatory returns between 2014 and 2018.
BBC News › 3 weeks ago
The controversy over the duke's ties to Jeffrey Epstein is understood to have been a factor in the move.
Evening Standard › Finance › 1 month ago
KPMG today set out plans to make an entire HR division redundant, taking its jobs cull to almost 400 UK roles in two months, as the scandal-struck professional services giant tries to slash costs.
Express › 2 months ago
THOMAS COOK’s accounts are set to be investigated after the Financial Reporting Council revealed that it had begun an inquiry into the company’s 2018 finances.
The Guardian › Finance › 2 months ago
Accounting firm also plans to cut about 200 of 670 administrative support staffHundreds of KPMG’s UK staff have been told to hand in their work mobile phones as the accounting firm steps up its cost-cutting drive.KPMG, one of the big four accounting...
The Guardian › Finance › 2 months ago
Watchdog has faced criticism following collapse of Carillion, Patisserie Valerie and othersBritain’s accounting watchdog has acted to tighten accounting standards following a spate of corporate failures in which auditors failed to flag up concerns...
The Guardian › Finance › 2 months ago
Financial Reporting Council has power to impose penalties in event of irregularitiesBritain’s accountancy regulator is considering urgently whether to investigate the collapse of Thomas Cook and impose punishments if deemed necessary.The Financial...
The Guardian › Finance › 3 months ago
Partners at firm will get average £765,000 this year in biggest payday for a decadePartners at the accountancy and consulting firm PwC will be paid an average of £765,000 this year after profits soared to more than £1bn, partly due to increased...
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