Keith Nuthall
A BRUSSELS convention reviewing the EU's Financial Services Action Plan has concluded that in the wake of the Enron scandal the European Commission should redouble its efforts to make sure that European legislation underpins anti-corruption safeguards such as auditor independence.

A communiqué released after the meeting said: "After the September 11 events, the collapse of Enron and the advent of Euro notes and coins, there is a need to ensure that the EU's policy on financial services is in line with new realities, without neglecting ...

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