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April 30, 2008

This index lists IAB story headlines during 2007, showing number of issue followed by page number

This index lists IAB story headlines during 2007, showing number of issue followed by page number

AGN International

US firm joins AGN International 401, 10 US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 Opportunities from every corner 404, 11-15 Gulf streams ahead 407, 11-15

Alvarez & Marsal

Alvarez & Marsal strengthens in Denver and Phoenix 402, 9 A&M Taxand has transfer pricing in its sights as it competes with the Big Four in the tax market 409, 4 A&M appoints restructuring expert 415, 9 A&M adds technology services 416, 9

Baker Tilly

Strong start to the year for Baker Tilly USA 401, 8 Sarbanes-Oxley proposals welcomed despite potential for downward pressure on fees.401, 9 Firms laud 2006 as one of best years 401, 12-13 Baker Tilly USA expands footprint 402, 3 Baker Tilly expands worldwide 402, 7 US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 Middle East beckons for Baker Tilly 403, 3 Baker Tilly International forms Spanish alliance 404, 4 Changing the guard 404, 5 Baker Tilly’s Scottish footprint increases as firm sells financial services division 405, 4 Bigger, stronger and more competitive 405, 11-15 Baker Tilly Hong Kong unveils corporate finance practice to tap into the growing market 406, 4 No rain in Spain: growth at 15 percent 407, 8-9 Profession logs on to virtual reality 406, 8-9 Baker Tilly O’Hare merges with PKF Ryan Glennon 409, 2 Caturano takes over as chief executive of Baker Tilly USA 409, 3 French partners hope for consolidation 410, 1 Moderate growth for French firms 410, 12-15 Mid-tier firm backs network brand 411, 3 Moldova and Zambia attract attention of Baker Tilly International as network plans expansion 412, 4 A changing world 413, 11 Chinese checkers 415, 10 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 Convergence could present short-term benefits 416, 1 Latvian firm joins Baker Tilly International 416, 3 Russian industry charges ahead 416, 11-15 Merger for US firm 419, 3 The market marches on 419, 11-15 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

BDO International Egyptian firm announces restructure 401, 3 BDO International expands in Greece 401, 11 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 Firms log on to electronic age with expanded use of websites 402, 2 Nordic region grows 8 percent 403, 1 Panamanian firm Bustamante & Bustamante joins BDO International 403, 3 BDO Dunwoody in Edmonton merger 403, 3 Good growth and prospects 403, 12-15 BDO Spicers appoints four partners 404, 3 UK mid-tier firms express concerns over lack of access 405, 10 Bigger, stronger and more competitive 405, 11-15 Canada’s largest mid-tier firms enter merger discussions 406, 1 Grant Thornton UK and RSM Robson Rhodes in mid-tier tie-up 407, 1 US calls for audit study as UK MPG releases recommendations 407, 2 No rain in Spain: growth at 15 percent 407, 8-9 Mexican firms go head-to-head for engagements 408, 1 Canadian firms rue ‘cultural differences’ after derailed merger 408, 3 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 UK firm appoints 14 new partners 409, 3 BDO Seidman admits 23 partners 410, 3 Dutch audit licences cause upheaval 411, 1 Time to step up 411, 5 Call for greater audit transparency 411, 8 Market changes bring rewards 411, 11-15 BDO Seidman forms consulting cluster in ‘good market’ 412, 1 A maturing market 412, 12-15 BDO Seidman chief happy with rate of growth  413, 8 Jury orders BDO Seidman to pay $521m in damages 414, 3 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 KPMG UK expands VIBE project 415, 3 Vantis expands tax team 415, 9 Lack of transparency at top of Russia’s auditing profession 416, 1 BDO Spicers continues aggressive growth in New Zealand 416, 8 Russian industry charges ahead 416, 11-15 BDO acquires Chiltern 417, 3 Newman to take over as BDO global chief 418, 1 BDO managing partner says UK mid-tier grouping is obsolete 419, 1 BDO International reveals new French member firm  419, 3 New law tipped to generate growth 419, 8-9 The market marches on 419, 11-15 Leaders cautious about credit crunch 420, 1 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

CPAmerica International CPAmerica firm on expansion trail in the US 413, 4 Accounting activity in the oil and gas industry 417, 5

CPA Associates International CPA Associates International celebrates 50 years 417, 2

Deloitte

Deloitte Italy winds up its court battle with Parmalat 401, 1 High activity in Canadian market 401, 1 Big Four firms fines by ICAEW over audit reports 401, 10 Deloitte UK seeks Chinese graduates 401, 11 Firms laud 2006 as one of best years 401, 12-13 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 Deloitte Global helps Third World 402, 3 US Big Four leaders stay at FAF 402, 7 Deloitte UK adds to financial services team 402, 9 Deloitte US launches corporate blog 402, 9 Grant Thornton International strengthens in Spain, El Salvador 403, 2 Horwath NSW completes merger with Deloitte Australia 403, 5 Big Four dominates global list 403, 6-7 Deloitte Ireland continues to grow PPP practice 403, 10 Deloitte Foundation announces latest round of fellowships 403, 11 Deloitte US recruits from the IRS for federal practice 403, 11 Good growth and prospects 403, 12-15 Regulation of prime importance to new Deloitte Global leadership 404, 1 Feel good factor present in market 404, 1 Deloitte Ireland appoints leader 404, 3 US judge rubber-stamps Parmalat settlement 404, 3 Opportunities from every corner 404, 11-15 High praise for work to develop China 405, 1 Deloitte runs student business forum in Switzerland 405, 2 Bigger, stronger and more competitive 405, 11-15 Growth of private equity market prompts Deloitte India to act 406, 3 E&Y ShinNihon to take large proportion of Misuzu staff 407, 3 Deloitte UK’s carbon offset card 407, 3 Crowe Chizek, JH Cohn and Deloitte Canada pursue mergers 407, 3 Deloitte Global admits full member in Vietnam 407, 4 Positive outlook for Taiwan 407, 10 Staff transfer protects profession and Japanese capital markets 408, 2 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Deloitte Global leadership puts competitors on notice 409, 1 Deloitte US launches portal 409, 3 New chairman for Deloitte UK 409, 3 Bold Quigley promises bright future 409, 5 Germany posts encouraging growth 409, 11-15 PCAOB finds problems with Deloitte US audit work 410, 3 Deloitte recognised for work and home programme 410, 3 Tremendous opportunities 410, 8 New Deloitte partners 411, 9 Market changes bring rewards for firms 411, 11-15 Deloitte France enhances its position through a merger 412, 3 Misuzu closes down as PwC Aarata reveals figures 413, 1 US court dismisses claims by foreign Parmalat investors 413, 3 Deloitte UK recruits from PwC 413, 3 Quigley and Nusbaum join US committee on financial reporting 413, 9 Deloitte US chair receives award 414, 3 Deloitte Canada strengthens in Quebec merger 414, 3 The year so far 414, 9 Infrastructure boom creates growth for South African firms 415, 1 Thomson acquires Deloitte US property tax business 415, 3 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Deloitte UK reports a bumper year 415, 8 Deloitte Canada makes an impact 415, 9 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 Firms grow steadily 415, 12-15 Executive group expands 416, 3 Finding the right balance 416, 3 PwC UK loses ground to rival despite steady growth 416, 5 Deloitte helps hobbled industry 416, 10 Nexia member takes over Deloitte branch 417, 1 Irish graduate levels jump 417, 3 Deloitte Middle East rides energy boom 417, 8 Big Four named as leaders in security consulting 417, 9 Deloitte firms team up on EU regulation 417, 10 A super year 417, 11-15 Deloitte strengthens insurance team 418, 3 Plugging the gender gap 418, 10 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 Damages claims hit Deloitte Netherlands 419, 1 The market marches on 419, 11-15 US watchdog fines Deloitte $1M 420, 3 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4

DFK International US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 Australian accountants jailed for two years on dishonesty charges 415, 9 DFK expands in US 416, 8

Ecovis Germany posts encouraging growth 409, 11-15

Enterprise Network Worldwide Network seeks greater global coverage 402, 8 ENW chooses Paris as European base 406, 3

Ernst & Young E&Y Sweden hunts professionals in recruitment drive as demand for services grows 401, 4 Audit regulation fuels staff shortage 401, 6-7 Mitchell & Titus completes E&Y move 401, 11 E&Y UK appoints three directors 401, 11 Firms laud 2006 as one of best years 401, 12-13 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 E&Y names Ball managing partner for Scotland to replace Nisbet 402, 3 E&Y partner to be diplomat 402, 3 E&Y UK grows partnership 402, 7 E&Y US forms media audit unit to provide more holistic service 403, 5 Big Four dominates global list 403, 6-7 Barclays financial crime expert joins UK Big Four firm 403, 11 On the front line of private equity 404, 8 US SEC censures E&Y over auditor independence 405, 3 E&Y consolidates financial services in France  405, 4 A vision for Scotland 406, 5 E&Y ShinNihon to take large proportion of Misuzu staff 407, 3 Mexican firms go head-to-head for engagements 408, 1 Staff transfer protects profession and Japanese capital markets 408, 2 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Indictment charges E&Y US partners over tax shelters 409, 3 Moderate growth for French firms 410, 12-15 E&Y US recruits bank director 411, 3 Call for greater audit transparency 411, 8 E&Y UK forms international tax and pricing practice 411, 8 New Ernst & Young partners 411, 8 Market changes bring rewards.411, 11-15 NEDs study shows it is a tough job 412, 11 Rebuilding in Angola 413, 5 Quigley and Nusbaum join US committee on financial reporting 413, 9 The year so far 414, 9 E&Y’s UK tax leader moves to US 415, 3 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 E&Y UK lures three forensic technology experts from KPMG 415, 8 Big Four named as leaders in security consulting 417, 9 Ernst & Young records growth of 9 percent  417, 9 E&Y partner heads AICPA 418, 3 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 New E&Y advisory council leader 419, 3 E&Y China staffing challenges 420,1 E&Y expands footprint in Libya 420, 3 E&Y appoints global assurance leader 420, 3 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4

Euraaudit International Rags to Riches  412, 9

Geneva Group International A one-stop shop 403, 8-9

Grant Thornton Deloitte Italy winds up its court battle with Parmalat 401, 1 High activity in Canadian market 401, 1 Grant Thornton US to develop COSO guidance 401, 11 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 Grant Thornton US focuses on private equity with new initiative 402, 6 Internal auditors too close to chiefs 402, 6 Grant Thornton UK strengthens corporate finance group 402, 7 Grant Thornton International strengthens in Spain, El Salvador 403, 2 UK mid-tier firm appoints director 403, 3 A one-stop shop 403, 8-9 Changes in Grant Thornton UK growth strategy team reflect market opportunities 403, 10 Grant Thornton US makes many strong gains 404, 10 Network makes HR appointment 405, 3 Firms develop a carbon conscience 405, 8-9 UK mid-tier firms express concerns over lack of access 405, 10 Canada’s largest mid-tier firms enter merger discussions 406, 1 Grant Thornton UK and RSM Robson Rhodes in mid-tier tie-up 407, 1 US calls for audit study as UK MPG releases recommendations 407, 2 E&Y ShinNihon to take large proportion of Misuzu staff 407, 3 Mexican firms go head-to-head for engagements 408, 1 Canadian firms rue ‘cultural differences’ after derailed merger 408, 3 Firm announces unique dividend 408, 3 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Education changes concern firms 409, 1 International link lures Grant Thornton Perth to WHK Group 409, 10 Grant Thornton US opens Indian portal 409, 10 Germany posts encouraging growth 409, 11-15 Grant Thornton UK issues audit concentration warning 410, 3 Grant Thornton UK launches China advisory group 410, 4 Opening the doors 410, 10-11 Moderate growth for French firms 410, 12-15 Ex-MRI staff defect to Grant Thornton Hong Kong 411, 1 Smooth sailing for major mid-tier merger in the UK 411, 4 RSM International loses Irish member to Grant Thornton Ireland 412, 3 Grant Thornton US recognized for gender equality 412, 3 US court dismisses claims by foreign Parmalat investors 413, 3 Quigley and Nusbaum join US committee on financial reporting 413, 9 Firms hopeful for the future 413, 12-15 Overall growth hits 20 percent in Ireland 414, 1 Trainees achieve perfect scores 414, 3 Opportunities in Brazil’s ‘hot’ market 414, 5 Wanted: a solution to china’s skills gap 414, 10 Good times roll on 414, 11-15 Infrastructure boom creates growth for South African firms 415, 1 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Chinese checkers 415, 10 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 Firms grow steadily 415, 12-15 GT opens new office 416, 3 GT boosts tax team 416, 8 The growing role of women 416, 9 Mixed feelings as mid-tier reacts to findings of EU Oxera report 418, 2 Grant Thornton allies with Asian network 418, 3 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 BDO managing partner says UK mid-tier grouping is obsolete 419, 1 Grant Thornton predicts IFRS could replace US GAAP 419, 5 The market marches on 419, 11-15 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4

H&R Block Profession logs on to virtual reality 406, 8-9 H&R Block shuffles leadership 419, 2

HLB International Vantis doubles profit in a year 401, 3 Letter bomb blast injures staff at UK consolidator’s Wokingham office 403, 3 Audit obligations move profession on 406, 12-15 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 French partners hope for consolidation 410, 1 Moderate growth for French firms 410, 12-15 Vantis’s early results show 26% increase in turnover 413, 8 Good times roll on 414, 11-15 Vantis expands tax team 415, 9

Horwath International US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Getting to know the EU 402, 5 Horwath NSW completes merger with Deloitte Australia 403, 5 Good growth and prospects 403, 12-15 Horwath International poaches Australian consolidator from SCI 405, 1 A fresh face at Horwath International  405, 5 Crowe Chizek, JH Cohn and Deloitte Canada pursue mergers 407, 3 International link lures Grant Thornton Perth to WHK Group 409, 10 New Crowe Group appointments 411, 8 A maturing market 412, 12-15 Crowe continues North American expansion 413, 9 Nexia slated to move into top ten table through SCI merger 414, 1-2 WHK Group experiences strong growth but is now searching for a new chief executive 414, 4 Horwath International expands audit presence in Greece 415, 2 Crowe plans further growth through flagged Florida merger  415, 2 Chinese checkers 415, 10 Russian industry charges ahead 416, 11-15

IGAF Worldwide Network aligns with technology experts 401, 11 IGAF Worldwide drives forward in three countries 404, 2 Smart scores $60m private equity investment for growth 408, 1 IGAF Worldwide boosts US numbers 412, 8 IGAF forms data protection alliance 413, 3 UK firm launches assurance scheme to evaluate supply chain strength 415, 3 IGAF partnership to help with employee development 415, 3 IGAF firms combine to create a stronger Atlanta presence 415, 9 IGAF announces new alliance 420, 3

INPACT International

JICPA to continue liability fight 402, 9

International Federation of Accountants

Nexia director joins IFAC group 401, 10 US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 IFAC defends ‘vague’ revised network definition  403, 4 Ethics board flags changes to bolster IFAC code  412, 10

JHI JHI names committee members 412, 3 ‘Palpable excitement’ around JHI, reports executive director 413, 2 Firms hopeful for the future 413, 12-15 JHI reveals global leadership team 420, 3

KPMG Deals show importance of private company market 401, 2 A legacy remains 401, 5 Big Four firms fines by ICAEW over audit reports 401, 10 KPMG US launches risk forum 401, 10 Arise, Sir Michael 401, 10 KPMG US faces $2 billion lawsuit 401, 11 Firms laud 2006 as one of best years 401, 12-13 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 Texas accountancy board fines KPMG US over tax shelters 402, 3 KPMG UK appoints former BBC expert 402, 6 US Big Four leaders stay at FAF 402, 7 KPMG names forensic insurance head 402, 9 US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 KPMG US combines two roles 403, 3 KPMG UK swoop for insolvency fraud expert  403, 11 KPMG Australia workforce grows 404, 3 Rake to leave KPMG International 404, 3 On the front line of private equity 404, 8 Alternative investment group created 405, 3 Firms develop a carbon conscience 405, 8-9 Leading PwC UK economist joins Big Four rival 405, 10 Advisory preferred to audit 406, 10-11 Gulf labour laws holding back firms 407, 1 US calls for audit study as UK MPG releases recommendations 407, 2 E&Y ShinNihon to take large proportion of Misuzu staff 407, 3 Gulf streams ahead 407, 11-15 Mexican firms go head-to-head for engagements 408, 1 Staff transfer protects profession and Japanese capital markets 408, 2 KPMG China opens tenth office 408, 2 New partner at KPMG Russia  408, 3 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Leadership changes at KPMG Australia to be phased in 409, 2 US chief to succeed Rake as KPMG International chair 409, 3 Growth prospects prompt Swiss practice to join KPMG Europe 410, 1 European firms back calls for liability reform 410, 4 Audit quality dominates 410, 5 KPMG US pitches in for programme 411, 3 KPMG China looks to grow by 40 percent 411, 9 New KPMG partners 411, 9 Spot the difference 412, 3 Aligning Europe 412, 5 KPMG Russia adds partner 412, 8 Misuzu closes down as PwC Aarata reveals figures 413, 1 Firms hopeful for the future 413, 12-15 Overall growth hits 20 percent in Ireland 414, 1 Capitalist idea with community benefits 414, 8 Good times roll on 414, 11-15 Infrastructure boom creates growth for South African firms 415, 1 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Firms grow steadily 415, 12-15 Dutch partners vote against KPMG Europe merger as new leadership is unveiled 416, 5 E&Y UK lures three forensic technology experts from KPMG 415, 8 BDO Spicers continues aggressive growth in New Zealand 416, 8 US firm announces partners 417, 3 Big Four named as leaders in security consulting 417, 9 Quality, not quantity, is the key for KPMG China 418, 5 Exciting times ahead 418, 8-9 KPMG International revenue up 17% 419, 3 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4 Sustainability on the agenda at KPMG Australia 420, 4

Kreston International Gulf streams ahead 407, 11-15 Leaders cautious about credit crunch 420, 1 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

The Leading Edge Alliance

Sarbanes-Oxley proposals welcomed despite potential for downward pressure on fees 401, 9 Orlando firm in merger 402, 6 Profession logs on to virtual reality 406, 8-9 Belgian firm shuns popular Praxity 413, 1 New partners at LEA firms 414, 3 Rochester firms merge 416, 3 LEA appoints chairman emeritus 419, 3 Moving upstream 419, 10

Mazars Spencer to lead BKD from July 401, 3 Mazars reveals new board, turnover and strategy 402, 4 Opportunities from every corner 404, 11-15 European mergers for Mazars  406, 2 Audit obligations move profession on 406, 12-15 Moderate growth for French firms 410, 12-15 Mazars firms in Europe benefit from German merger 415, 4 Moores Rowland South Africa firm joins Mazars Group 416, 2 When East meets West 417, 4 BDO managing partner says UK mid-tier grouping is obsolete 419, 1 The market marches on 419, 11-15

Moore Stephens International High activity in Canadian market 401, 1 Moore Stephens UK prepares defence against lawsuit 401, 3 Bonadio Group merges with Syracuse firm to boost Moore Stephens North America 401, 4 Sarbanes-Oxley proposals welcomed despite potential for downward pressure on fees. 401, 9 Getting to know the EU 402, 5 US market reaches $40 billion mark 402, 10-15 Nordic region grows 8 percent 403, 1 Good growth and prospects 403, 12-15 Opportunities from every corner 404, 11-15 Gulf labour laws holding back firms 407, 1 Gulf streams ahead 407, 11-15 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Moore Stephens Brisbane and Pickards tie the knot 410, 2 Dutch audit licences cause upheaval 411, 1 Moore Stephens Frost takes on North Carolina firm 412, 8 A maturing market 412, 12-15 Firms hopeful for the future 413, 12-15 Firms grow steadily 415, 12-15 Russian industry charges ahead 416, 11-15 Succession challenges set to change Australian industry 417, 1 Moore Stephens appoints director 417, 3 Scottish firm unveils new leadership structure 418, 5 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

Morison International A one-stop shop 403, 8-9 Bigger, stronger, more competitive 405, 11-15 Morison International US member devastated by fatal firm shooting 406, 2 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 Myanmar’s mixed fortunes 409, 8-9 Accounting firm launches financial planning for peers 412, 8 A maturing market 412, 12-15 Succession challenges set to change Australian industry 417, 1 A super year 417, 11-15 Mixed feelings as mid-tier reacts to findings of EU Oxera report 418, 2 Tenon Group strengthens UK financial services practice 418, 3 WHK strengthens grip on Australian mid-tier 419, 3

MSI Global Alliance UK firm adds partners  401, 3 MSI Legal & Accounting Network Worldwide picks up five firms 402, 7 A one-stop shop 403, 8-9 Russian firm joins MSI Legal & Accounting Network Worldwide 403, 11 Independent firm Armstrong Watson joins MSI in UK 404, 4 Opportunities from every corner  404, 11-15 Azerbaijan firm joins MSI 406, 3 Two new firms extend reach of MSI 407, 3 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 MSI adds Detroit firm 409, 3 Germany posts encouraging growth.409, 11-15 CopiRisco joins MSI as its exclusive firm in Portugal 412, 4 Accountants highly trusted Down Under, says study 412, 8 A maturing market 412, 12-15 Russian firm completes restructure 414, 4 Chinese checkers 415, 10 Russian industry charges ahead 416, 11-15 Succession challenges set to change Australian industry 417, 1 MSI expands its reach into emerging markets 417, 3 A super year 417, 11-15 To be or not to be? 419, 4 The market marches on 419, 11-15

Nexia International Nexia director joins IFAC group 401, 10 Bigger, stronger and more competitive 405, 11-15 Nexia looks to Indonesia 407, 3 Gulf streams ahead 407, 11-15 A stock market ‘love affair’? 408, 4-5 Nexia slated to move into top ten table through SCI merger 414, 1-2 Smith & Williamson reports profit and unveils new leadership 416, 3 Firm appoints tax leader 416, 8 Succession challenges set to change Australian industry 417, 1 Nexia member takes over Deloitte branch. 417, 1 A super year 417, 11-15 Smith & Williamson expands in Cayman Islands 418, 3 The market marches on 419, 11-15 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

PKF International

PKF UK acquires Pridie Brewster 401, 10 Changing the guard 404, 5 Italian profession focuses on audit 406, 1 Audit obligations move profession on 406, 12-15 Baker Tilly O’Hare merges with PKF Ryan Glennon 409, 2 Crowe plans further growth through flagged Florida merger 415, 2 Indian firm joins PKF International 415, 9 PKF International appoints new chair  420, 2

Polaris International Gabay takes over as executive director for Polaris 406, 4 Firms grow steadily 415, 12-15

Praxity Spencer to lead BKD from July 401, 3 Mazars reveals new board, turnover and strategy 402, 4 MRI member firm in Spain joins RSM International 406, 3 Ex-MRI staff defect to Grant Thornton Hong Kong 411, 1 Belgian firm shuns popular Praxity 413, 1 US firm uses technology to aid recruitment 415, 4 Moores Rowland South Africa firm joins Mazars Group 416, 2 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 Praxity expands in the Baltic 420, 3 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

PricewaterhouseCoopers Deals show importance of private company market 401, 2 New senior partner for PwC Ireland 401, 3 Developing leaders and the third world 401, 8 Strong start to the year for Baker Tilly USA 401, 9 PwC UK fined over TransTec affairs 401, 11 Firms laud 2006 as one of best.401, 12-13 US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 Canadian firms urged to improve audits 402, 1 PwC Russia defends credibility of Yukos audits 402, 4 JICPA to continue liability fight 402, 9 UK tribunal releases its reports on Mayflower disciplinary case 402, 9 PwC India to merge with tax practice and take leading position 403, 1 Big Four dominates global list 403, 6-7 Feel good factor present in market 404, 1 On the front line of private equity 404, 8 PwC Global makes Islamic finance appointment 404, 10 Opportunities from every corner 404, 11-15 PwC industrial leader named 405, 3 Firms develop a carbon conscience 405, 8-9 Leading PwC UK economist joins Big Four rival 405, 10 PwC UK to undergo aid work  406, 3 Audit obligations move profession on 406, 12-15 E&Y ShinNihon to take large proportion of Misuzu staff 407, 3 ‘Best of times’ for business but PwC India chief urges regulatory change for the future 407, 4 No rain in Spain: growth at 15 percent 407, 8-9 Positive outlook for Taiwan 407, 10 Staff transfer protects profession and Japanese capital markets 408, 2 Shareholders continue to pursue PwC over Tyco fraud 408, 3 Keeping clients in mind 408, 8-9 Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Education changes concern firms 409, 1 Germany posts encouraging growth 409, 11-15 PwC Canada goes green 410, 3 European firms back calls for liability reform 410, 4 PwC Russia withdraws Yukos reports 411, 3 PwC to pay $225m Tyco International settlement 411, 3 New PwC partners 411, 8 PwC to assess carbon footprint of Live Earth concerts 411, 9 Firm appoints partners 411, 9 PwC sub-Saharan Africa firms plan merger 412, 1 From one emerging market to another: PwC Brazil looks to China 412, 2 UK FRC still looking at Mayflower 412, 3 Aligning Europe 412, 5 PwC UK releases mining guide 412, 8 Misuzu closes down as PwC Aarata reveals figures 413, 1 PwC New Zealand makes New Plymouth acquisition to strengthen in Taranaki 413, 4 Rebuilding in Angola 413, 5 PwC US to settle government ‘kickback’ action for $2.3m 414, 2 The year so far 414, 9 Good times roll on 414, 11-15 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Indian firm joins PKF International 415, 9 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 Lack of transparency at top of Russia’s auditing profession 416, 1 PwC UK loses ground to rival despite steady growth 416, 5 PwC Global retains its crown 417, 3 Accounting activity in the oil and gas industry 417, 5 Big Four named as leaders in security consulting 417, 9 PwC leader inspires community 418, 4 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 PwC establishes Caribbean cluster group 419, 5 The market marches on 419, 11-15 Leaders cautious about credit crunch 420, 1 Big Six produce subprime guidance 420, 4 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

Rödl & Partner

Getting to know the EU 402, 5 Rödl & Partner grows 6 percent 407, 3

RSM International US firms establish one voice for public company auditing 402, 1 RSM McGladrey creates private equity leadership role 402, 9 PwC India to merge with tax practice and take leading position 403, 1 Grant Thornton International strengthens in Spain, El Salvador 403, 2 Panamanian firm Bustamante & Bustamante joins BDO International 403, 3 Big Four dominates global list 403, 6-7 On the front line of private equity 404, 8 RSM turns focus to Central and Eastern Europe region 405, 3 US-UK merger still not completed 405, 3 MRI member firm in Spain joins RSM International 406, 3 Grant Thornton UK and RSM Robson Rhodes in mid-tier tie-up 407, 1 RSM launches cross-network schemes 408, 10 To southern Russia with Goodwill 411, 3 Smooth sailing for major mid-tier merger in the UK 411, 4 Market changes bring rewards for firms 411, 11-15 RSM International loses Irish member to Grant Thornton Ireland 412, 3 New RSM UK member reveals some big ideas 415, 1 KPMG UK breaks through the 400 quoted audit client barrier 415, 3 Mazars firms in Europe benefit from German merger 415, 4 A perfect fit 415, 5 Non-audit work drives Scottish revenue 415, 11 RSM McGladrey combines consulting lines into a streamline group 417, 5 A super year 417, 11-15 Mixed feelings as mid-tier reacts to findings of EU Oxera report 418, 2 Firms samba to resurgent economy 418, 11-15 RSM continues growth spurt 420, 2 Another outstanding year 420, 5-10

Russell Bedford International

Mexico proves its vibrancy 408, 11-15 Russell Bedford admits member firms in Australia and Nicaragua 419, 2

UHY International

Baker Tilly O’Hare merges with PKF Ryan Glennon 409, 2 Baltic women turn the tables 410, 9 UHY welcomes six firms from emerging markets 413, 3 New UHY International leader predicts 20% global growth 418, 1 UHY embarks on multimedia image-building campaign 418, 3

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