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KPMG’s Sir Alan dies

Sir Alan McLintock, great grandson of Thomson McLintock, the founder of one of the original KPMG firms, has passed away at the age of 81

McLintock is believed to be the last member of the family to have worked for
one of the firms that eventually grew into KPMG today. A memorial service is
being planned.

Sir Alan was at partner at Thomson McLintock & Co, a principal founding
member firm of KPMG, from 1948 to 1987.

‘Alan McLintock was a tall imposing figure and during his years as a partner
he was much in demand for outside directorships. He was a great and rather old
fashioned senior partner who will of course be much missed,’ said Roger White, a
retired KPMG partner and historian of the firm.

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