KPMG makes 50 promotions

KPMG makes 50 promotions

The Big Four firm has made 50 promotions in its Bristol office, including a partner and six directors

KPMG has made 50 promotions in its Bristol office, including a partner and six directors.

David Pike has been promoted to partner, having spent 18 years at the firm and most recently holding the role of regional head of restructuring since 2015. In that role Pike supported businesses facing financial or operational challenges.

The Big Four firm also appointed six directors; Nathan Chrimes, Andre Sidorowicz, David Bishop, Anna Somaiya, Midge Coombs, and Laura Higgins in the audit, deal advisory, management consulting, risk consulting, and pensions functions.

 

The remaining 43 promotions comprised of employees promoted to senior manager, manager, and assistant manager level.

Karen Witton, chair for KPMG in the South, commented: “I’m delighted to see so many colleagues embracing the opportunities we have at the firm to progress in their careers.”

“Businesses are facing an exciting but potentially disruptive journey ahead, and our newly promoted colleagues will continue to guide clients through the political and economic uncertainty the UK is experiencing.”

Andrew, Hodgson, senior partner for the firm’s Bristol office, added: “These promotions reflect the talent in our business and the growing demand for our services across the South West.”

KPMG has recently been named auditor for Croda, and has been sued along with Barclays by a quarrying company.

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