Protiviti, a leading provider of independent internal audit, and business and
technology risk consulting services, has appointed Andrew Clinton as MD of its
Financial Services Industry division.
Clinton joins from KPMG where he was a partner for more than ten years in the
firm’s Consulting and Risk Advisory Services departments. His new role at
Protiviti will be to expand the FSI practice in the UK and develop the company’s
reputation for combining its expertise and global capability with the focus of a
risk consulting specialist.
Commenting on his appointment, Clinton said: ‘Continuing regulatory change in
financial services, such as MiFID and Solvency II, means that businesses need
ever more help to navigate their way through regulatory and governance
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