EY Draw More Scrutiny as Wirecard Scandal Rumbles on

by | Jun 8, 2020

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Black Lives Matter protests swept the UK over the weekend whilst investment companies published solidarity. Global markets start the week less bullish as Hong Kong finds itself in the eye of a politcal storm. Scandal grips EY and Wirecard boss continues to find himself in hot water.

The Economist visualise fascinating data on Hong Kong’s $10trn economy, that finds itself in the midst of a geopolitcal storm.

European market rally starts to drag.

 

Though not totally relevant to a finance round-up it was hard to avoid the jubilent, though controversial, scenes in Bristol whilst browsing Twitter.

Many companies in the financial sector have come out in solidairty with peaceful protests and larger conversations around race in the financial sector.

Tabby Kinder and Dan McCrumb suggest EY “have drawn scrutiny to whether the central controls that guard the behaviour of its auditors around the world are failing.”

Dan McCrum continues to tweet developing Wirecard story.


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