In a Tite corner
A couple of weeks ago the Big Five accountancy firms looked like they were back on track and ready to give the City law firms something to think about. But with Christopher Tite and Mark Lewis quitting PricewaterhouseCoopers' tied law firm to set up one for Ernst & Young, the ride looks rough again. Philip Hoult reports
“I have no doubt some people, possibly now outside the firm, would say that we do not get on, but that is absolute nonsense. Chris [Arnheim] and I both sit on the global executive and we work together very well.”Christopher Tite, July 1999.
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