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Former EY partner wins name suppression in Fuji Xerox audit case

Suppression granted on appeal due to possible impact of publication on partner's child.

An NBR investigation in 2016 revealed ‘creative’ accounting practices at Fuji Xerox’s New Zealand subsidiary.

The auditor embroiled in the Fuji Xerox accounting scandal has won a long-running bid to keep his name suppressed, although he can now be described as a former partner at Big Four accounting firm EY.

And the reasons for seeking that name suppression, as well as why the issue was overturned on

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Former EY partner wins name suppression in Fuji Xerox audit case
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