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KPMG gains partner from Deloitte

KPMG has appointed former Deloitte financial services head as its relationship partner for key insurance clients

KPMG
has appointed Simon Ranger, formerly
Deloitte
head of financial services business development, as its financial services
relationship partner, responsible for enhancing the firm’s relationships with
key UK and international insurance clients. Ranger will be based in London,
reporting directly to Jeremy Anderson, European head of financial services.

Before Deloitte, Ranger spent 16 years with Prudential, working in both the
corporate and retail distribution markets, where he held a variety of roles
including sales, marketing, distribution and business development in both the UK
and Australia.

Anderson said Ranger brought with him a wealth of experience in creating
strong partnerships with clients. ‘We are pleased to welcome him to our
financial services team and look forward to building on our leading position as
a provider of professional services to the insurance industry,’ he said.

Ranger said the insurance market was undergoing enormous change, from
consolidation and the development of alternative routes to market.

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