The regulations, which come into force today, force large companies to tender their statutory audit at least every ten years, and change their auditor every 20 years
Review into pre-pack administrations supports voluntary scrutiny, but legislation could follow if measures fail to have 'desired impact'
The Financial Director audit survey shows the Big Four has maintained its stranglehold on the audit market. But for how long? asks Richard Crump
Competition Commission postpones provisional findings until February while European reforms beset by political wrangling
Rather than enforce mandatory rotation, European regulators should be improving auditors’ risk management, writes Tom Roland
Companies that fail to share data will find themselves at a distinct competitive disadvantage
House of Lords inquiry finds audit committees favour Big Four firms
“The banking crisis is largely due to faulty numbers,” claims Tim Bush