Lebanon’s cabinet agreed to hire turnaround specialist Alvarez & Marsal for a forensic audit of the central bank, government sources said on Tuesday, as the country grapples with a financial meltdown.
The audit “will represent a drastic transformation on the path to uncovering what happened at the financial level in terms of waste and theft,” Prime Minister Hassan Diab told cabinet earlier.
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