Posts Tagged ‘Auditor general’

Christchurch couple challenges Auditor-General to investigate businesses who received wage subsidy

Monday, December 5th, 2022

The Auditor-General is being challenged over his decision to not take any action over the need for businesses to be asked to repay billions of dollars of wage subsidies.   The Gama Foundation, a Christchurch-based philanthropic organisation has today filed a Judicial Review application in Wellington’s High Court.   The Foundation is run by former Christchurch businessman Read more

Vatican cancels first full external audit of its finances

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

The Vatican has cancelled the first full external audit of its finances, which was to have been done by a global accounting firm. The Vatican announced last week that PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) would no longer be responsible for the audit. Instead it will be performed by the Holy See’s Auditor General. In a statement, the Vatican Read more

Pope names auditor general for the Vatican

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Pope Francis has named former Deloitte, Italy, chairman Libero Milone as the Vatican’s new auditor general. Under statutes approved by the Pope earlier this year, the auditor general will have the power to audit the books of any Vatican office. He will report directly to the Pope. Having an independent auditor helps ensure the “separation Read more