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Big Four and the revolving door

When accountants and auditors become the story because of systemic failures and corporate malfeasance you know something has gone badly wrong.

As if not to be outdone by banking crises, big accountancy firms are increasingly embroiled in corporate scandals and conflicts of interests.

So how do we clearly define their role so they actually serve society, instead of continually maximising profit for private and personal gain?

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by Oxford Business & Public Policy Professor Karthik Ramanna and Professor Atul Shah, whose speciality is Accounting & Finance at the University of Suffolk.

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