The select committee you keep referring to and banging on about recommended the break up of the big 4 and found all 4 had conflicts of interest with Carillion. So that would be all of them then?
The select committee specifically mentioned KPMG and observed the company were "complicit" in the questionable auditing over a 19 year period.
Why does this statement of fact need repeating over and over?
Why do you attempt to shroud events with the introduction of three other auditing companies who have no bearing on KPMG's activities?
And shows that you aren’t even informed about what you are talking about and banging the drum just because it’s a new angle.
If you think the subject matter is not relevant it is yourself who is misguided.
Edit: Also the Liverpool accounts were released on 1 March 2018, but the select committee findings weren’t published until 16 May 2018, so were FSG meant to have a crystal ball of what the findings would be?
The financial world and business community would be well up to speed with all aspects of the Carillion debacle, the select committee findings came well after the horse had bolted and that cosy circle was forced to act out of sheer embarrassment.
Due diligence does what it says on the label.