KPMG auditor to a ‘suspicious Mauritius-based vehicle,’ linked to Wirecard

by | Oct 13, 2020

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@peter_IFAMAG reads Twitter so you don’t have to.

KPMG auditor to a suspicious Mauritius-based vehicle, linked to Wirecard. Meanwhile Pensions Minister is exploring ways to use pensions to fund deposits for first time buyers.

Firstly James Hurley raises an interesting question over the government’s new COVID response system.


Recorded redundancies in the UK rise, with new ONS data showing total job losses for recent months.


David Robbins responds to Pensions minister exploring ways to fund first time buyers.

Miles Dilworth points out it may cut retirement pot by £100k.


Finally, KPMG audited Wirecard linked ‘suspicious’ Mauritius-based vehicle.


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