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News March 2010 FRC Statement on issues raised in report on Lehman Brothers

FRC Statement on issues raised in report on Lehman Brothers

15 March 2010
Following the publication of the recent report on Lehman Brothers, the FRC is ascertaining the facts on how the “Repo” transactions were accounted for and audited in the UK in order to determine any implications. To that end, we have asked Ernst & Young to provide further information in relation to what happened in the UK.

Notes to Editors

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is the UK's independent regulator responsible for promoting confidence in corporate reporting and governance. Its functions are exercised principally by its operating bodies (the Accounting Standards Board, the Auditing Practices Board, the Board for Actuarial Standards, the Financial Reporting Review Panel, the Professional Oversight Board and the Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board) and by the FRC Board. The Committee on Corporate Governance assists the Board in its work on corporate governance.

Document created under a former FRC operating body.

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