RSM has appointed Andrew Manning as a risk assurance partner in the top ten firm’s Bristol office.
Manning has 20 years of experience, he previously headed the internal audit and risk team at Crowe Clark Whitehill, Central London, and had previously been a director for Deloitte.
Manning has had experience with clients across all sectors, with a particular charity and public benefit focus, including major charities such as the British Council, Save the Children, National Trust and Shelter. The appointment of Manning is a strategic move to improve the association of audit, tax and consulting firm RSM with central government and charity sectors.
Mark Jones, RSM’s national head of internal audit services said: “We already provide services to major charities and international NGOs as well as central government departments. Andrew’s strength and reputation in these sectors combined with the opportunities we already have with the Government Internal Audit Agency Framework give us an excellent opportunity to grow our market share.’
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