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Government pays Deloitte £2.6m for post-Brexit training

Government pays Deloitte £2.6m for post-Brexit training
The government is paying Deloitte £2.6m to train its staff in post-Brexit international commercial disputes The Trade Remedies Investigations Technical Training programme will be taught to staff of the new UK Trade Remedies Authority, which aims to be ...

Watchdog berates PwC over 'misleading' BHS accounts

Watchdog berates PwC over 'misleading' BHS accounts
Regulator criticises accountant for signing off ‘unrealistic’ forecasts before sale of retailer.BHS’s accounts were misleading and featured unrealistic forecasts before Sir Philip Green sold the now collapsed department store chain, according to a ...

Switzerland's ZKB to pay $98 million to end U.S. probe of tax evasion

Switzerland's ZKB to pay $98 million to end U.S. probe of tax evasion
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Swiss lender Zuercher Kantonalbank (ZKB) [ZKB.UL] has agreed to pay about $98 million to resolve a U.S. investigation into its role in tax evasion by wealthy Americans using undeclared Swiss bank accounts, a U.S. prosecutor said at a court...

Lithuania's ex-President's Widow Entangled in Tax Evasion

Lithuania's ex-President's Widow Entangled in Tax Evasion
Lithuanian authorities said on Monday they have raised tax evasion charges against the son of the ex-president’s widow because the company he runs and co-owns with his mother allegedly failed to pay some €40,000 in profit tax on a real estate trade in ...

Cristiano Ronaldo receives two-year prison sentence and £17m fine for tax fraud in Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo receives two-year prison sentence and £17m fine for tax fraud in Spain
Cristiano Ronaldo has received a two-year prison sentence and a fine of nearly €19 million (£17m) after pleading guilty to tax evasion in Spain. The 33-year-old was charged with four counts of tax fraud committed between 2011 and 2014 which amounted to €14.7m ...

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