We're not that lucky.
I'm not sure if there's a pattern or not, but it sure seems like the Big 4 take turns being the poster child of sloppy auditing.
One of the keys to being a successful partner in a large accounting firm is client management. If you’re a tax or advisory partner, this is pretty simple: you wine, you dine, you do the work with a smile on your face. The client is happy.
The bombing raid of requests for the EY compensation thread started late last week and didn't let up over the weekend or this morning.
Crikey, it's like they're at the Price Is Right or something:
Judging by the number of high-fives, pom-poms and beach balls in these videos, anyway:
It's a new fiscal year in the EY universe which means a new partner class. Here's a tweet and a video:
Today in good-luck-explaining-that news, the New York Post reports that an EY tax advisor shared a USB drive "that was supposed to contain client records" but included something else:
Here's an interesting bit of news that dropped in our inbox earlier: EY is offering lump-sum pension buyouts to former employees.
About 450 of them, in fact.