In its final progress report, published this week, PwC says it is owed £1.94m for the six months ending June 7, 2010.
This time cost comprises 6,002 hours at an average charge out rate of £325. But the firm says it has not yet drawn any of this remuneration.
PwC has drawn fees of £1.74m plus VAT for work spent on the Keydata administration between June and December last year.
The firm accrued fees totalling £4.68m for this period but it says it did not draw the full amount to ensure sufficient funds were available to continue to trade the Keydata Reading office. This time cost comprises of 13,283 hours at an average charge out rate of £352.31.
PwC says it anticipates its remuneration to date will be paid in part from third party funding provided by Credit Suisse and other banks. It says any commission payments due from Lifemark may also be used to settle a portion of the debt.
Trading supervision was by far the main cost in the six months to June 7. This took up 3,617 hours and totalled £1.07m in fees. PwC also clocked up significant hours on strategy and planning, forensic investigations and accounting and treasury.