Monday, 19 July 2021

KPMG & The Edge. The Writting On The Wall.


Is the first single from Iron Maiden after a six years hiatus.  The song was released on July 15 this year, and has been averaging close to about one million views per day on You Tube.

The lyrics are fantastic. Here is a peek ;
A tide of change is coming and that is what you fear
The earthquake is a coming but you don’t want to hear
You’re just too blind to see

Have you seen the writing on the wall
Have you seen that writing
Can you see the riders on the storm
Can you see them riding
Can you see them riding. . . Riding next to you.


And with that let's get down to business on why the writting is on the wall for both the Edge, which broke the supposedly audit fraud in Serba Dinamik and KPMG.

For an investigative journalist smart enough to uncover the Serba Dinamik story, I am STUMPED that the Edge was STUMPED "Many following the press conference were stumped, and left trying to recall the last time a lawyer questioned an audit firm’s work."

You can read the Edge story HERE.  I am STUMPED because the last time which I can recall a lawyer question an audit firm's work was on May 2021. READ ; KPMG sued for £6m by property company Mount Anvil

I was and still STUMPED that the Edge would write something like this : "And KPMG is not just any audit firm; it is one of the Big Four accounting firms with offices in some 150 countries and over 227,000 employees worldwide.".

Is this first class financial journalism at its best or a third rated hit job on Serba Dinamik which is about to blow out in the open soon as the writting has been on the wall for the KPMG brandname across the world for some time now. READ ;



Mind you, especially to those at EPF and bondholders there are precedence to that too.

READ ; KPMG settles lawsuit with $84m payout after failing to spot fraud at Chinese group

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