THE PROCESS of liquidating the organisers of the London Olympics LOCOG began three years ago, a long time before the Games had even taken place.
But now that liquidators from accountancy firm Moore Stephens have been appointed, LOCOG’s chief financial officer Neil Wood has finally been able to return to his firm Deloitte – which won a City A.M. award last year for its work on the Olympics – after over ten years on secondment exile.
Wood triumphantly returned to his old workplace this week. However, The Capitalist hears it wasn’t quite the homecoming that one would have imagined for our Olympics star. Upon entering the building Wood discovered his office pass had expired and he was unable to get in.