The company's board also appointed fellow directors William Weldon, chairman of Johnson & Johnson, and real estate developer Laban Jackson to the inquiry panel.
From the moment that his government had been appointed with parliamentary support, Monti added, it had pursued structural reforms in the economy and the public sector with that singular aim.
Daniel Pirron, a partner in Delloite’s key General Counsel’s office in New York, was found dead in a car park near his home in Trumbull, Connecticut.
French financial groups big and small, from advisory firms and private equity houses to big banks like Societe Generale, are looking at London as a possible shelter from a new 75 percent tax rate on top French earners, bankers say.
Sir Nigel Rudd, a former director of Barclays, has accused the Treasury Select Committee of attacking the integrity of Bob Diamond, the bank's former chief executive.
The Tax Incentivised Savings Association (Tisa) last week said some of its members had raised concerns about how long it will take them to update their systems so they can facilitate RDR-style rebates from funds. After the RDR, these rebates will consist
Assange, an Australian national, has been in the embassy since June in a bid to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he faces questioning over sex assault claims.