Will there be further revelations on the NKF issue?
KPMG had wanted to obtain access to PwC's audit working papers during their investigation.
PwC had required, inter alia that they be indemnified by the NKF as well as KPMG against any legal claims by third parties arising from the review of their audit working papers.
KPMG's lawyers advised them to decline offer of access to PwC's audit working papers.
So will the government be revealing what information the PwC papers hold? Or will it be case closed and let's move on?
Interesting how all these papers are all so secretly held. But that's the law like it or not.
All transparent? Maybe not.
But it is the debate between privacy and confidentiality vs accountability and transparency.
They are conflicting ideals in today's world.