Accountants draft standards to audit Libor submissions

Such audits were proposed four years ago by the United States and could become a requirement under regulations being considered in Britain after a scandal over the manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate caused havoc this year.


Ledingham Chalmers breaks £10m amid signs of recovery

The Aberdeen-based practice, which has a subsidiary called Golden Square Wealth Management, said a rise in private client work had also helped fee income in the year to 31 March grow 4.7 per cent to £10.4m.


Uncovered: Trial of the oligarchs

For the romantic Mr Berezovsky, this case at the commercial court here in London was about betrayal - a father and son relationship soured, a beautiful business partnership severed.


Athens Closes in on Wealthy Tax Evaders

Modelled on Switzerland's agreements with Germany, Great Britain and Austria, the deal is aimed at the billions of euros Athens estimates that wealthy Greeks have parked in the Alpine country to avoid taxes back home.