Grant Thornton UK audits the most Alternative
Investment Market (AIM)-listed clients despite dropping five to 187
in the three months to 6 April 2010.

During the same period, second-placed KPMG
dropped six clients to 150, BDO was down three to 126, Deloitte
gained two clients to 116 and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) was down
one to 99.

Deloitte audits the most AIM 50 clients,
dropping one to finish the quarter with 10.

PwC remained steady with eight AIM 50 clients,
Ernst &Young (E&Y) has seven and BDO and KPMG audit six
a-piece.

Deloitte overtook KPMG to become auditor of
the most AIM 100 clients with 17.

KPMG was down two to 16 AIM 100 clients, PwC
was up one to 13, BDO had 11, while E&Y and Grant Thornton
audit nine.

The AIM statistics are compiled by financial
data company Hemscott.