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Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank Group (CYBG) has agreed to a £1.7 billion deal to take over Virgin Money. This takeover will result in the creation of the UK’s sixth largest bank, with a total of six million personal and small business customers.
According to CYBG, the new firm would be a leading force in banking by “disrupting the status quo and championing customer service excellence”.
UK inflation has unexpectedly remained at 2.4% in May, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS), despite the sharp rise in fuel costs.
The ONS said that fuel price increased by 3.8% in May, the biggest monthly upsurge since January 2011.
Accountancy firm KPMG has been reprimanded and fined £3.2 million by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) for failings in its audit of the Quindell group in 2013.
Additionally, William Smith, a partner at KPMG who handled the audit was fined £84,000 by the FRC.
KPMG and Smith both failed to ensure that Quindell’s financial statements from 2013 and 2014 were free from material mis-statement.
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