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PwC Will Answer For Centro But Judge Slams Directors First

A judge’s dramatic ruling against directors and officers in the Centro “true and fair” disclosures case, has left the business community in Australia shaking in its boots. In a landmark decision, the Federal Court has found that executives and directors of troubled property group Centro breached the Corporations Act by signing off on financial reports [...]
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