• Former top 4 partner jailed for fraudulent scheme

    A former partner in Ernst & Young (EY) alongside a financial advisor accomplice is found guilty of seeking to defraud HMRC of £2.2m and sentenced to eight years imprisonment.
  • Lionel Messi exonerated of tax fraud charges

    The protracted tax evasion case centring on Barcelona’s star player is over, for him personally anyway. Messi was facing charges of defrauding the Spanish tax authorities of €4.1m of income tax.
  • EY’s Japanese arm given huge fine over Toshiba accounting scandal

    The Japanese affiliate of EY has been fined £12m for failing to spot accounting irregularities during their audits of Toshiba.
  • Gatwick Airport employee pockets £500k from simple fraud

    An accounts manager at APCOA, the company which runs Gatwick Airport’s car park, has stolen £457,196.77 in cash.
  • Employee sells company data after being approached on LinkedIn

    A former Aviva employee has received a suspended sentence for stealing the details of Aviva customers who had recently been involved in accidents.
  • Project Marilyn

    Ensors were instructed as party expert in a divorce case where the other party had substantial contingent tax liabilities relating to investments in a number of different film schemes over a number of years.
  • Project Blue

    Ensors were instructed to provide a report as expert witness in relation to a dispute arising out of a sale and purchase agreement in relation to the earn out clause which covered a number of years.
  • Valuation report for IHT purposes

    Ensors valued a group of companies following instructions from the executors of an estate.
  • Expert valuation report

    Ensors were instructed by lawyers to provide a Single Joint Expert report for matrimonial purposes in relation to a professional services business.
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