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Forensic accountants to follow the money in €40 million Vikings TV producers’ war

Independent experts from ‘big four’ accountancy firms EY and Grant Thornton will probe the money trail at Vikings TV series maker Octagon, as part of an ongoing High Court battle between its shareholders

18th November, 2018
Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha in Vikings

Independent experts from ‘big four’ accountancy firms EY and Grant Thornton will probe the money trail at Vikings TV series maker Octagon, as part of an ongoing High Court battle between its shareholders.

Forensic accountants for each side will investigate in an effort to resolve a dispute about what financial details should be handed over under a discovery order.

Octagon investor Winfried Hammacher is seeking discovery of records relating to income, fees and...

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