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Auditor BDO dumps Tory Party co-chair's firm amid accounting errors

BDO accountant dumps Tory Party co-chair Ben Elliott’s luxury concierge company amid serious accounting errors

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Accountant BDO has washed hands with Quintessentially, the janitor company founded by Conservative Party co-chair Ben Elliot – amid serious accounting errors.

Pre-eminently profiles itself as a pioneer in the field of luxury lifestyle management that opens doors to high society for its clients.

It has arranged invitations to 10 Downing Street and events with members of the Royal Family.

Mistakes: Typical, founded by Ben Elliot (pictured), considers himself a 20-year pioneer of luxury lifestyle management

Mistakes: Typical, founded by Ben Elliot (pictured), considers himself a 20-year pioneer of luxury lifestyle management

But BDO has shown her the door on governance issues. Essentially last year said it had made mistakes of over £7million in its 2019 accounts and wrongly paid £1.4million in dividends.

Now Quintessentially needs an accounting firm to sign off his books.

It should have filed two sets of bills with Companies House, for the year to April 2020 and also for the year to April 2021.

Quintessential will reportedly be sold for £140 million.

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