PRG-Schultz the world’s largest recovery audit firm has announced that its
chief financial officer and treasurer has resigned from the company, but will
continue in his roles for a handover period until the end of May.
Peter Limeri is to leave the company to pursue another opportunity and is
succeeded by the company’s finance controller Robert Lee.
Romil Bahl, chief executive officer at PRG-Schultz said: ‘We are fortunate to
have someone with the skills, talent and experience of Bob Lee to succeed Pete
as the Company’s CFO.’
Lee has over 30 years of finance and accounting experience having worked for
in the public sector and for accountancy firms including a stint as senior
manager at KPMG. He joined the company in early 2006
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