Two new audit partners have been appointed at BDO.
The new partners are Diane Campbell and John Perry, who both have significant experience with international audit clients.
Paul Eagland, managing partner at BDO, said: “The changing regulatory market, including the latest audit reform impacting Public Interest Entities (PIEs), continues to create new opportunities among our client base.”
The appointments follow BDO’s annual results which were announced earlier this month which stated revenues of £405m and profit growth of 22%.
Campbell will now be based in London from their Vancouver office, having been a partner there since 2000.
Perry has joined as an audit partner in financial services having previously worked at PKF and Littlejohn in addition to a number of roles at KPMG’s insurance practice in the UK and also New Zealand.
Eagland added: “Both Diane and John have significant experience, and we’re delighted to see them join our audit team.”
The audit practice was a significant area of growth for the firm, with revenues increasing by 8.3% to £143m in the financial year. The firm is looking to appoint 25 new partners in the next 12 months.
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