The Norwegian branch of KPMG International will pay $53.6 million to eight banks in order to settle damages over one of the country's worst bankruptcies.
In June, the accounting firm was ordered to pay $100 million in damages, after Oslo's district court found that the accounting group was negligent in auditing the books of Finance Credit.
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