Ernst and Young

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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(...)

The hackathon will bring together teams from different disciplines to consider ways to build and maintain a reliable food supply chain. File photograph: Getty

A virtual hackathon to explore how blockchain technology could be used to address global food supply issues is to be held early next month. Sponsored(...)

 Grafton Street in Dublin recently: Insolvent liquidations are set to spike in the coming months, particularly in the retail, hospitality and tourism sectors. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the economy continues to emerge gingerly from a coronavirus-induced coma and companies survey the damage, many are running out of time, putting off(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar plans to meet banking chief executives this week. Photograph: Photocall Ireland/PA Wire

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar is to meet the banks’ chief executives this week amid an escalating row over the charging of interest to mortgage customers who (...)

UK regulators have set deadline for the first structural overhaul of the way Big Four auditing firms operate since a string of reviews prompted by the failure of outsourcer Carillion. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

The UK’s Big Four accounting firms have until 2024 to separate their audit practices following a severe edict from the accounting regulator that marks(...)

An “out of country” team at EY is reviewing the work carried out by its German auditors, according to a person close to the firm

EY failed for more than three years to request crucial account information from a Singapore bank where Wirecard claimed it had up to €1 billion in cas(...)

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