Deloitte partners deny ‘these allegations’


The two local Deloitte & Touche partners charged with misconduct by the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) have denied “these allegations” in more than 100 instances in a plea document filed with the board’s disciplinary committee in response to IRBA’s charge sheet.

The two Deloitte partners charged are Mgcinisihlalo Jordan, Deloitte Africa deputy CEO, and Daniel Crowther.

The 10 charges relate to the financial statements they signed off at African Bank Limited and its holding company African Bank Investments Limited (ABIL), before the entities were placed under curatorship. African Bank was placed into curatorship in August 2014.

Last month IRBA held its first public hearings into the charges of misconduct against Jordan and Crowther. These will resume in September.

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