EY employee warned bosses, Wirecard management tried to bribe auditor in 2016

London, United Kingdom - February 03, 2019: Blue and yellow EY signage at top of their offices in Canary Wharf. Ernst & Young is UK professional services company, one of big 4 accounting firms

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The state-owned British Business Bank issued formal objections to launch of both the Future Fund and the Bounce Back Loan Scheme, citing ‘value for money’ as its largest concern. Elsewhere EY ignored an employee flagging an attempted bribe from Wirecard in 2016.

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EY ignored employee flagging attempted bribery by Wirecard.

James Hurley reveals State British Business Bank issued a formal objection to both the Future Fund and the Bounce Back Loan Scheme introduced to tackle economic shock from lockdown.

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