Articles containing the keyword Kpmg


KPMG and a load of scrap

KPMG and a load of scrap

South African brothers Marshall and Richard Cooper lived the high life in Canada, funded by ‘gifts’ from a Jersey company established by their father – and KPMG. He was once the uncontested king of ...

Risky business

Risky business

Investec scores R2bn from Brett Kebble’s shady business empire, while lawyers walk off with a further R600 million of his tainted loot. What was it that bound Investec so intimately to Brett ...

Global Trader: more lies and deception

Global Trader: more lies and deception

In attempting to clear the air about their dubious web-based trading platform, Purple Capital's GT247.com has resorted to further smoke and mirrors. Shortly after nose166 appeared with a story about Global Trader (now called GT247.com), an ...

No accounting for JCI

No accounting for JCI

JCI: still ducking and dodging. What game are Investec and Allan Gray playing with JCI’s annual accounts – and why? By means of a strategic plan spearheaded by Investec CEO Stephen Koseff himself, Investec, ...

THE CHIPS ARE DOWN

In January Business Day revealed the line for line analysis that KPMG had done of an article that had appeared in noseweek41, about a secret report by the auditors on serious misconduct at Saambou bank. ...

Leaderguard: news from Mauritius

Leaderguard: news from Mauritius

News at last for Leaderguard scam victims. But is it good? The case of the inscrutable Chinese and KPMG. A blast from the past: the ten-year-old Leaderguard Spot Forex investment scam is back in ...

SAAMBOU: THE LEAKS CONTINUE

SAAMBOU: THE LEAKS CONTINUE

A secret intelligence report reveals extraordinary behind the scenes manoeuvering before and after SA's biggest ever bank collapse ...

Shifty shades of Gray

Shifty shades of Gray

Peter Gray was Brett Kebble’s bankroller and laundering stockbroker. He was also Investec’s lead cover-up man.  by Barry Sergeant In the wake of August’s debacle at African Bank, ...

Who got the arms deal gold?

Who got the arms deal gold?

International auditing firm KPMG is in possession of a potentially explosive top secret list said to include the names of government ministers who allegedly stood to profit from a gold “offset” project linked to the ...

Put Tiger bosses in the tronk

Put Tiger bosses in the tronk

The fatcats at the colluding cartel knew a lot more than they've let on - and got off lightly with a R98.8m fine, according to previously unpublished evidence. ...

Dear Editor

Dear Editor

SA Breweries / The KPMG connection / Rian Malan's 'stupidity' / That Venter memo / Landmark / Whine from the West / Manto's smokescreen. ...