Accounting firm deserts Fly Me
Paul O'Mahony · 19 Mar 2007, 14:51
Published: 19 Mar 2007 14:51 GMT+01:00
Björn Olegård, chairman of Fly Me, described the move as "very surprising and unfortunate".
According to business news website E24, the accounting firm has repeatedly requested explanatory documentation from Fly Me in connection with a number of transactions, including a share purchase from a foreign company and a loan to another Swedish company.
When Fly Me failed to supply the necessary documentation, ÖhrlingsPricewaterhouseCoopers wrote to the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Bolagsverket) to explain its decision to cease working with the company.
Fly Me has said it will proceed with Wednesday's press conference as planned, but the accounts it is due to present have not been approved by an accountant.