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The necessary and sufficient conditions for legitimate capitalism

This open letter to the Senior Partners of the Big 4 was posted by The Accountant on 26th October 2017. “The necessary and sufficient conditions for legitimate capitalism.” Dear Senior Partners (of Deloitte, EY, PwC & KPMG) I write as … Continue reading

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Big 4 failing in critical areas of integration and inclusivity

Following the publication of the Maturity Institute’s recent report on the Big 4 accounting firms (see The Accountant’s review), MI sent an open letter to the senior partners, asking them to justify their current business models in terms of Total … Continue reading

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MI to audit ‘Big 4’ behaviours and practices

As the world’s first, ‘whole system management’ institute, MI has a set of universal standards. We use these to rate how well organizations are performing today and the probability that they will continue to perform and grow in value. The rating … Continue reading

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MI’s response to EY’s proposed framework for rebuilding trust in business

Are the ‘big four’ accounting and auditing firms the right sort of advocates for Inclusive Capitalism? Do they possess the requisite knowledge and capability to carry out such an important task when their own reporting conventions have been part of … Continue reading

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