Luke, Rob
September 2000
Bank Technology News;Sep2000, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that major accounting firms have divested their consulting businesses in the United States. Reasons behind the move; Impact of the splitting of the firms' accounting and consulting businesses on financial institutions; Possible conflict of interest in the accounting firms' lines of businesses being investigated by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission.


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