FTSE 100 Auditors List 2017-12-14T18:05:13+00:00

FTSE 100 Auditors List

Below is a listing of the auditors of the FTSE 100 for 2017. This list also shows some auditors that are going to be changed. For example, Rolls-Royce will be changing their auditors from KPMG because of the scandal that KPMG did not catch.

FTSE 100 Auditors

FTSE 100 Auditors

There are also some other major changes such as Glaxosmithkline.

We also have a list of how many FTSE 100 companies each audit firm audits. As you can see by those statistics that PwC audits far more of the FTSE 100 than any other audit firm. PwC audits 40 firms out of the FTSE 100.

Next up after PwC is KPMG with 24 out of the 100 as their clients. EY audits 14 companies out of the 100. Deloite audits 20 companies out of the 100 and BDO comes in last with only 1 company in the FTSE 100. Now I know that doesn’t total 100 companies, but that is just how the FTSE 100 shakes out right now. As of May 2017 there are only 99 companies listed in the FTSE. We will update that as the FTSE 100 index is updated.

This also proves that the big 4 accounting firms have a monopoly on the audits of the largest companies in the world as you have only 1 company in the top FTSE 100 being audited by a smaller firm.

The list is compiled by FTSE 100 company and the accounting firm that audits them. As you can see by the list, the 4 top accounting firms dominate the audits of the FTSE 100.

Audit FirmNumber of FTSE Companies Audited
PwC40
KPMG24
Deloitte20
EY14
BDO1

To see other large clients of the big 4 accounting firms, make sure to visit each of our individual audit firms’ client pages

PwC Clients (PwC 2017 Client List)

Ernst and Young Clients (EY Clients 2017)

Deloitte Clients (Largest Clients 2017)

KPMG Audit Clients

Also check out our Fortune 500 Auditors List

FTSE 100 CompanyAuditor
3I GroupEY
Associated British FoodKPMG
Admiral GroupKPMG
Anglo AmericanDeloitte
AntofagastaDeloitte
Ashtead GrpDeloitte
AstrazenecaKPMG
AvivaPwC
Babcock IntlPwC
BAE SysKPMG
BarclaysPwC
Barrat Development Deloitte
 BHP BillitonKPMG
BPEY
British American TobaccoPwC
BT GroupPwC
BunzlPwC
Burberry GroupPwC
CarnivalPwC
CentricaPwC
Cocacola HBC AGPwC
Compass GroupKPMG
ConvatecDeloitte
CRHEY
Croda InternationalPwC
DCCPwC
DiageoKPMG
Direct LineDeloitte
Easy JetPwC
ExperianPwC
FresnilloEY
GKNPwC
GlaxosmithklinePwC (changing to Deloitte in 2018)
GlencoreDeloitte
HammersonDeloitte
Hangreaves LansdownPwC
HIKMADeloitte
HSBCKPMG
Imperial Tobacco BrandsPwC
InformaDeloitte
Intercontinental HotelsErnst & Young
Intertek GroupKPMG
International Consolidated AirlinesErnst & Young
Intu PropertiesPricewaterhousecoopers
ITVKPMG
Johnson MattheyKPMG
KingfisherDeloitte & Touche
Land Securities GroupEY
Legal & General GroupPwC
Lloyds GroupPwC
London Stock ExchangeEY
Marks and SpencerDeloitte
Mediclinic InternationalPwC
Merlin EntertainmentKPMG
Micro Focus InternationalPwC
MondiDeloitte
Morrison SupermarketsPwC
National GridPwC
NextEY
Old MutualKPMG
Paddy Power BetfairKPMG
PearsonPwC
PersimmonKPMG
Provident FinanceDeloitte
PrudentialKPMG
Randgold ResourcesBDO
Royal Dutch Shell ‘A’ sharesPwC
Royal Dutch Shell ‘B’ sharesPwC
Reckitt BenckiserPwC
RelxEY
Rentokil InternationalKPMG
Rio TintoPwC
Rolls-RoyceKPMG (changing to PwC in 2018)
Royal Bank of ScotlandDeloitte
Royal MailEY
RSA InsuranceKPMG
Sage GroupEY
SainsburyPwC
SchrodersPwC
Severn TrentDeloitte
ShireDeloitte
SkyDeloitte
Smith & NephewEY
Smiths GroupPwC
Smurfit KappaPwC
SSEKPMG
St. James PlacePwC
Standard CharteredKPMG
Standard LifePwC
Taylor WimpeyDeloitte
TescoPwC
Tui AGPwC
UnileverKPMG
UTD UtilitiesKPMG
VodafonePwC
WhitbreadEY
WolseleyPwC
WorldPayKPMG
WPPDeloitte