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Expert warns on high level of non-audit fees

A leading international adviser to institutional investors has flagged its concerns about the high level of payments to auditors for non-audit work by Irish companies.

25th June, 2005

A leading international adviser to institutional investors has flagged its concerns about the high level of payments to auditors for non-audit work by Irish companies.

Manifest, a corporate governance research service for large shareholders, said the disclosure of the payment in the Irish market of non-audit fees has fallen short of what is required by the Combined Code - the rule book of best corporate practice subscribed to by the Irish Stock Exchange.

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