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I regard the attitude of the ICAEW, as quoted by Accountancy Age, re questions over the Durgan Debacle as being a "private matter for council" as being contemptible.
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Thursday, June 29, 2006
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On the one hand, Graham Durgan spent £1 of his own money on acquiring EMI and he receives no remuneration from the ICAEW. He declared his interest and took no part in the, Morris/Anstee et al, decision to reward EMI with a "gratuitous" amount of some £400,000.ReplyDelete
On the other hand, Eric Anstee is paid some £400,000 per annum to screw the ICAEW into the ground. He, together with Druckman and Morris, spent more than £1,400,000 of membership money on an abortive, foolish and foolhardy venture.
Who is preferred: the honourable, astute business man and educator or the fools who presided over the present fiasco; and, I repeat, who leaked this storm in a teacup to The Independent?
There can be no whitewash - the whole can of worms needs a full and impartial review. Surely?
Great news - Anstee has stepped down with the weakest of watery explanations. Will Morris now do likewise?ReplyDelete
We still need a proper review and we still need to know who leaked the the Durgan story to the media.