RSM Tenon London managing partner leaves

by Rachael Singh

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21 Feb 2013

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RSM TENON'S London managing partner Peter Musgrave has left the firm, Accountancy Age understands.

Chris Merry (pictured), RSM Tenon chief executive, has taken on responsibilities as London managing partner on an interim basis.

Musgrave's role as head of audit tax and advisory (ATA) services, which consists of 250 people, will be divided among several senior partners at the listed firm.

Musgrave was previously head of the firm's largest single office, based on Chiltern Street, London.

RSM is looking to relocate the 600 staff office after the council granted planning permission to remodel the building and make it a purely residential site. Planning permission has also been submitted to tear down the building and rebuild it to the same specifications. Work is due to commence at the end of this year.

Merry is to lead the London premises strategy.

Musgrave joined the firm in June 2010 and was previously a senior and managing partner at Morley & Scott, and also held the position of partner at Levy Gee.


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