ALSO READSatyam case: Sebi bans Price Waterhouse entities from issuing SEBI bars Price Waterhouse from auditing listed firms for two years Indian regulator bars Price Waterhouse from auditing listed firms for two years Sebi imposes Rs 12 lakh fine on two stock brokers Sebi allows convergence of stock, commodity exchanges from October 2018
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Thursday barred global auditing firm Price Waterhouse from issuing audit certificates to any listed company in India for two years for its alleged collusion in the multi-crore Satyam Computer Services scam.
The capital market regulator also ordered disgorgement of over Rs. 13 crore wrongful gains from the audit major and it's two erstwhile partners, S Gopalakrishnan and Srinivas Talluri, who worked on Satyam's accounts.
This is also one of the most stringent orders passed by any regulator against a 'Big Four' audit major.
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