MPs from two House of Commons select committees have launched an investigation into the Carillion collapse, which will also focus on auditors and the actions of the company’s board.
MPs investigating Carillion's liquidation have asked the big four audit firms to reveal their working links with the collapsed services giant Carillion.
According to Sky News, audit firms PwC, KPMG, EY and Deloitte have all been asked to reveal their links with Carillion since 2008.
On Wednesday the work and pensions and business committees began a joint investigation of Carillion, including an audit of the company.
Frank Field, chairman of the work and pensions committee, said in launching the investigation: "Another day, another company goes bust hot on the heels of a clean bill of health from a Big Four financial services firm. Th
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