Fraud costs UK food and drink companies £11bn a year, says new research
UK listed food and drinks companies could be losing more than £11.2bn¹ a year to fraud and error, equivalent to more than 85 per cent of their total profits, according to a new report by PKF Littlejohn and the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth. More
Leading forensic team joins PKF Littlejohn to launch new Counter Fraud Service
A leading Counter Fraud team headed up by industry heavy-weight Jim Gee has joined the firm. More
PKF launches 2nd annual national survey of membership organisations
The views of the sector, are being sought on a range of issues including governance, risk management, fraud risk and strategic direction. More
The new charity SORPs - which one is for you?
Two new SORPs (Statements of Recommended Practice) have been issued for use by charities to replace SORP 2005. The SORPs must be applied for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2015. More