Croatian commissioner detects 'errors' in Agrokor accounts

By Bianca Boorer
27 Apr 2017

The Croatian government-appointed extraordinary commissioner for troubled supermarket group Agrokor called on group subsidiaries to convene general assemblies to appoint new auditors as it said that it found "potential errors” in the group's 2016 accounts.

Ante Ramljak wants PricewaterhouseCoopers to perform an audit, according to a company statement.

Deloitte was previously asked to look at the accounts when the company’s creditors, rather than the government-appointed commissioner had control of the restructuring.

Alvarez & Marsal, a restructuring firm also chosen by the creditors, was ...

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