KPMG has terminated its support of Prince Andrew’s entrepreneur scheme due to “adverse press” within the wake of his interview regarding his friendly relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The accounting firm has not revived its support of the Pitch@Palace scheme, it had been discovered this afternoon, after 5 years of backing the initiative.
KPMG born its support amid a furious backlash over the prince’s interview on his friendly relationship with Epstein.
Pitch@Palace web site accustomed have KPMG listed as a commencement partner however without delay, the page to look at sponsors of the scheme doesn’t quote the sponsors, instead, it brings up the words, “Page not found”.
Rhiannon Mills, says the interview with Emily Maitlis “was meant to brush off the scandal involving Epstein – instead it appears that it’s about to have an adverse result on a number of the work he hoped to focus on”.
Charities and faculties joined to Prince Andrew have conjointly distanced themselves from the royal.
When MailOnline contacted youngsters North East and therefore the Children’s Foundation – each charities Andrew lists on his official web site – they refused to inform if he can keep his official role supporting them in light-weight of the carver scandal.
The Council of British International faculties [COBIS] praised the duke’s work with them since 2011 however conjointly refused to mention if their link with the Prince remains these days.