Ernst and Young

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The watchdog said it found indications that the auditor potentially violated its legal due diligence and reporting obligations during the Wirecard audits. Photograph:   Christof Stache/Getty Images

The German audit watchdog has told prosecutors that EY may have acted criminally during its work for Wirecard, a step that significantly escalates the(...)

An almost empty Grafton Street in Dublin during the Covid-19 restrictions. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

It will be, according to a Government source, “a battle of the spreadsheets”. For weeks now, teams in at least three Government departments have been(...)

EY’s Irish arm employs 3,045 people, with offices in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford

EY Ireland has reported a 9 per cent rise in revenues in the Republic to more than €359 million for the year to the end of June despite the disruption(...)

The Construction Industry Federation says it has worked to promote new safety guidelines through new operating procedures. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The representative body for construction has written to senior Government Ministers calling on them to designate the industry as essential and thus al(...)

2 Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4: two-bed now extends to 68sq m.

Number 2 Pigeon House Road is home to Martin Treacy and fiancee Susan Sweeney McDowell. The couple purchased the property in 2016 for €255,000, and de(...)

KPMG found that EY’s 2017 audit of Wirecard’s accounts was potentially flawed.

EY was warned in 2016 by one of its own employees that senior managers at Wirecard may have committed fraud and one had attempted to bribe an auditor.(...)

Marion Hauducoeur: My one piece of advice would be to reach out to people in your organisation for informal (virtual) coffee chats to learn about their background and what they do within the firm.

What did you study and when did you graduate? I graduated from Imperial College London in 2017, with a MEng degree in Chemical Engineering. I then we(...)

The Construction Industry Federation took aim at bureaucratic processes which it said add cost, and delay the delivery of public and private construction.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The goal to build 35,000 homes per year won’t be achieved within the lifetime of this Government without “significant changes” in the processes to del(...)

Carmine Di Sibio, who has run EY since January 2019, wrote to clients amid a backlash against the group after it failed to identify a €1.9 billion fraud at the once high-flying payments processor it audited for a decade.

The global chairman of EY has expressed “regret” that a fraud at collapsed German fintech Wirecard was “not uncovered sooner” and said the Big Four ac(...)

EY report found ‘no significant change in those planning to keep cutting or to stay frugal’. Photograph: iStock

When it is eventually broadcast, RTÉ’s Reeling in the Years for 2020 will be as terrifying as it is depressing, and so long that it will most likely h(...)

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