PremiumDeloitte's audit of Novo Banco only arrives in August

Prime Minister guaranteed that the audit of the management of Novo Banco would be known at the end of this month of July, despite the fact that Deloitte asked for more time. Final report will only be ready in August.

The final Deloitte audit report on the management of BES / Novo Banco, for the period from 2000 to 2018, namely on problematic credits and sale of discounted properties, will only be delivered to the Government until the end of August. The conclusions will thus be delivered after this Friday, July 31, the date that the Prime Minister guaranteed that the audit of the Novo Banco management would be known and sent to Parliament, after the Executive had refused to give the consultant more time to complete the work.

The high “complexity” of this audit means that Deloitte will only deliver a preliminary report within the deadline set by the Minister of Finance, a source close to the process told Jornal Económico.

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