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  1. December 27, 2012

    HP – wealth destruction

    Is Hewlett-Packard the greatest corporate train wreck of all time? Over two years, $65bn in market value has been atomised...

  2. December 6, 2012

    Whistleblower awaits ruling on Deutsche case

    In was on Friday November 4 last year that Eric Ben-Artzi, a vice-president in market risk management at Deutsche Bank,...

  1. June 11, 2012

    KPMG’s UK boss to chair new watchdog

    One of the UK’s most senior accountants will serve as the first non-executive chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority,...

  2. June 10, 2012

    Gupta will not testify at trial

    Rajat Gupta, the former Goldman director accused of insider trading, will not testify at trial, his lawyer said on Sunday in...

  3. April 12, 2012

    Hellman and Friedman considers AlixPartners sale

    Hellman & Friedman is considering a possible sale of AlixPartners, the consulting firm, according to people familiar with...

  4. February 5, 2012

    UK looks to bridge regulatory divide with US

    Americans and the British are said to be two peoples divided by a common language, and three recent enforcement cases...

  5. December 21, 2011

    Jefferies: costly escape

    It is a safe bet that Sean Egan of the eponymous rating firm won’t be receiving a Christmas card from Richard Handler this...

  6. December 2, 2011

    American’s new boss has seen crises before

    Tom Horton was in a reflective mood when he spoke to the Financial Times in 2008 about his decision to return to American...

  7. December 1, 2011

    Enron’s fall raised the bar in regulation

    For US regulators and prosecutors, Enron’s collapse in 2001 marked the start of one of the busiest and most successful...

  8. October 24, 2011

    Risk and reward

    Propped against the wall of Jeremy Kroll’s Lexington Avenue office in midtown Manhattan is a large portrait of Bernie...

  9. August 23, 2011

    Goldman shares dive over legal fears

    Goldman Sachs shares fell almost 5 per cent on Monday after a report that Lloyd Blankfein, its chief executive, had hired a...

  10. August 9, 2011

    Rajaratnam fights jail ‘death sentence’

    Raj Rajaratnam, the founder of Galleon Group who was convicted on insider trading charges, should receive a sentence that is...

  11. July 11, 2011

    Baby steps won’t fix US governance

    Recent progress in shareholder democracy is bound to come up, when the US Senate banking committee meets on Tuesday to...

  12. July 1, 2011

    Mortgage executive given 30-year prison sentence

    Lee Farkas, former chairman of US mortgage company Taylor Bean & Whitaker, has been sentenced to 30 years for running a...

  13. May 13, 2011

    Closing the net on Rajaratnam

    In late October 2008, Rajat Gupta, a board member of Goldman Sachs, sat in a conference room at the New York office of...

  14. April 18, 2011

    Real value looks past quarterly reporting

    Nine years ago, when he was chief executive of Sprint, Bill Esrey told me how he and his team had strained to match...

  15. March 27, 2011

    Internationally accepted model remains elusive

    Past US corporate scandals have prompted governance reforms such as those relating to auditing standards after Enron and...

  16. March 1, 2011

    Citigroup under fire over disclosure

    Citigroup has come under attack from a prominent analyst and accountancy experts for failing to disclose regulatory...

  17. February 23, 2011

    A guide for the would-be whistleblower

    The Whistleblower’s Handbook:A Step by Step Guide to Doing What’s Right and Protecting Yourself By Stephen Kohn Lyons Press,...

  18. February 21, 2011

    Society and the right kind of capitalism

    After the Four Horsemen of the Corporate Apocalypse have bolted, society usually calls in the Four Hand-Wringers of the...

  19. January 20, 2011

    Volcker rule

    At the pace of a brisk glacier, the US Volcker rule is taking shape. This week the US Financial Stability Oversight Council...

  20. January 13, 2011

    Mid-caps far from middling

    In the early 1990s Eugene Fama and Ken French solved the conundrum of stubbornly better performance from small company...

  21. December 16, 2010

    The Madoff affair: Along for the ride?

    One door opens: Bernard Madoff arrives for a New York court hearing ahead of his conviction last year When Bernard Madoff...

  22. November 25, 2010

    Black book of scandals is required reading

    Centuries of accounting scandals in Europe and the US have shown that cooked books can give off a recognisable odour. The...

  23. November 23, 2010

    Lehman’s US bankruptcy costs top $1bn

    The cost of Lehman Brothers’ US bankruptcy has crossed the $1bn threshold a little more than two years after the investment...

  24. November 8, 2010

    MatlinPatterson takes on ex-KeyCorp team

    MatlinPatterson, a $9bn asset manager specialising in distressed assets, is hiring a credit investment team that formerly...

  25. November 4, 2010

    Strictly lawroom

    The EMI trial has sealed the reputation of Jed Rakoff as one of the most entertaining judges in New York Jed Rakoff, US...

  26. September 13, 2010

    Lehman unwinding fees to pass $2bn

    Fees paid to lawyers and accountants for unwinding Lehman Brothers in the US and Europe are on track to surpass $2bn...

  27. July 12, 2010

    Turnround specialist scents revival in Gulf

    The downturn may have damped expectations across the Gulf, but for some it is opening the doors of opportunity....

  28. June 30, 2010

    Auditors under fire for role in bank crisis

    Auditors fell short of expectations of regulators and society at large in the run-up to the crisis by showing a "worrying...

  29. June 30, 2010

    Regulator lays ground for ratcheting up pressure

    Senior auditors, when defending the role their profession played in the financial crisis, often like to repeat the mantra...

  30. June 30, 2010

    Auditors censured by UK regulator over crisis

    Auditors showed a "worrying lack of scepticism" in some of their audits of financial institutions in the run up to the...

  31. June 29, 2010

    FSA lays ground for shake-up of auditing

    Senior auditors, when defending the role their profession played in the financial crisis, often like to repeat the mantra...

  32. June 29, 2010

    Auditors under fire for role in bank crisis

    New perspective: the FSA is seen as wanting audit firms to be more on the side of the regulators, rather than the banks...

  33. June 29, 2010

    Accounting watchdog wins US Supreme Court reprieve

    A crucial body that emerged from the US Sarbanes-Oxley financial reforms - the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board -...

  34. June 29, 2010

    Accounting watchdog wins court reprieve

    A crucial body that emerged from the US Sarbanes-Oxley financial reforms - the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board -...

  35. June 28, 2010

    US accounting watchdog wins reprieve

    A crucial body that emerged from the US Sarbanes-Oxley financial reforms – the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board –...

  36. May 25, 2010

    Volatility metrics still point to high fear factor

    Just two months ago, a key measure of market sentiment fell to levels that indicated that investors had largely put the...

  37. May 24, 2010

    Volatility metrics still point to high fear factor

    Just two months ago, a key measure of market sentiment fell to levels that indicated investors had largely put the financial...

  38. May 24, 2010

    Regulatory spotlight poised to shine on auditors

    Michel Barnier, the new internal market commissioner at the European Commission, recently put UK auditors on high...

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