AIDBAlabama Institute for Deaf and Blind
AIDBAccountancy Investigation and Discipline Board (UK; now Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board)
AIDBAssociazione Italiana Documentalisti Brevettuali (Italian: Italian Association of Patent Information; est. 2004)
AIDBAIDS and Infectious Diseases Branch (New South Wales Department of Health; Australia)
AIDBAeroport International Blaise Diagne (Senegal)
AIDBAgricultural and Industrial Development Board (est. 1980; Cayman Islands)
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The AIDB said it had decided that an investigation was in the public interest following consultation with professional accountancy bodies.
The AIDB said that Ernst & Young, which audited Swindon-based Farepak's and EHR's accounts for the year to April 30, 2005, is not under investigation.
The AIDB investigators are likely to look in particular at accounting irregularities at Transbus, which Mayflower announced in March.
The AIDB can seek to impose unlimited fines on firms or individuals or to have them expelled from the profession's representative bodies.
Robson Rhodes also said it would fully cooperate with the AIDB.
The AIDB said it had also laid a disciplinary complaint against Mayflower's former finance director David Donnelly.
The hearing was ordered after the Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board(AIDB) filed a complaint against PwC at the end of a year-long inquiry into the bus firm.
The prosecution follows an investigation by the Accountancy Investigation and Disciplinary Board (AIDB) into PwC's role at Mayflower, which collapsed last year with debts of pounds 180 million.
The Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board (AIDB) said yesterday that it plans to look into auditing at Mayflower and its subsidiaries in the past four years by the group's former auditors, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Arthur Andersen.
The Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board (AIDB) yesterday said it had begun an investigation into auditing at Mayflower and its subsidiaries in the last four years by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and Arthur Andersen.