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AIDB PN 4
The AIDB has decided to investigate the conduct of Deloitte & Touche LLP as auditors and advisers to the MG Rover Group. Initially, the investigation will focus on the audits of the 2003 accounts of MG Rover Group Limited and its ultimate parent company, Phoenix Venture Holdings Limited and certain non-audit services provided by Deloitte & Touche to the Group.
This decision was taken following consultation with the ICAEW (the professional body of which Deloitte & Touche is a member firm), which has agreed that the matter should be investigated by the AIDB.
Notes to Editors
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is a unified, independent regulator. Its mission is to promote confidence in corporate reporting and governance. The FRC incorporates five operating boards: the Accounting Standards Board, the Auditing Practices Board, the Financial Reporting Review Panel, the Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board and the Professional Oversight Board for Accountancy.
The Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board ("AIDB") is the independent, investigative and disciplinary body for accountants in the UK. The AIDB is responsible for operating and administering an independent disciplinary scheme (" the Scheme") covering members of the following accountants’ professional bodies:- the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
The focus of the AIDB is on cases which raise important issues affecting the public interest; other disciplinary cases will continue to be dealt with by the individual accountancy body of the member concerned. The normal channel of reference to the AIDB for ’public interest’ cases will be the accountancy body primarily concerned. However, the AIDB will also have the power to call in cases whether or not they have been referred to it by an accountancy body.