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IMF hires forensic audit firm to investigate Lebanon

Image credits: International Monetary Fund

Leading international auditing firm KPMG, which is tasked by the International Monetary Fund to audit the work of Lebanon’s central bank between 2015 and 2020, has not found any violations, LBCI television reported on Thursday.

The firm has also been tasked with auditing the bank’s work between 2020 and 2021, LBCI noted.

The New York-based firm Alvarez & Marsal meanwhile continues its forensic auditing of the central bank’s accounts at the request of the Lebanese government.



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