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Thursday, January 26, 2012

PwC Malaysia Forced To Reveal 162 Sensitive E-Mails, Letters and Documents That Were Previously Concealed From The Kuala Lumpur High Court!

What the Kuala Lumpur High Court failed to do rightfully, in July of 2011, PwC International finally did, by ordering PwC Malaysia to give discovery of documents.

The extent of the concealment, has been so shocking and prejudicial that a continued fair trial is no longer possible. 

Chief Justice Tan Sri Ariffin Zakaria. 
Learned Chief Justice, had the Kuala Lumpur High Court rightfully ordered the Discovery of Documents before the trial , these 162 documents would have made the trial a non-starter. Will the Learned Chief Justice change the rules of the High Court after this?
This latest revelation may seem unbelievable to some, but a hundred and sixty two documents, concealed till now, cannot lie. While we have tried time and again to highlight the sheer perfidy that PwC Malaysia is capable of, even we did not expect that PwC Malaysia would have been capable of this latest shocker.

Whatever your opinion of PwC Malaysia has been till now, be prepared to have it replaced with one of sheer disgust and contempt.

PwC International, is as guilty as PwC Malaysia in allowing this state of affairs to continue for so many years, and they know that their action, or inaction in the face of clear cut fraud, has put the entire brand of PricewaterhouseCoopers at risk. That they have ordered PwC Malaysia to allow discovery of documents, shows that this scandal has implications beyond the borders of Malaysia.

Coenraad Van Beek, Global Leader for Ethics and Business Conduct at PwC International.

Coenraad Van Beek was contacted back in 2010, and was made fully aware of the allegations of fraud against PwC Malaysia, but chose to do nothing.

Paul Boorman, Global Leader for Operation for PwC International.

Paul Boorman, was made aware of the allegation of fraud against PwC Malaysia, and he also chose to do nothing.

In this post, we first showed that PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and the Office of General Counsel, were aware of the fraud by PwC Malaysia way back in 2003, and how they chose to do nothing.

Reply from the Office of General Counsel, New York. 
We have another question for the office of General Counsel for PwC International now. Do you practice concealment only in Malaysia or is this a global standard for PwC?

We are well aware that PwC International has been complicit with PwC Malaysia in allowing this acts of fraud and deceit to go on for more than a decade.

Welcome to your comeuppance.

More to come...

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