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KPMG courts law associates

Firm to hold networking event for associates to build ties as prospects of forensic and restructuring work grow

Big
Four firm KPMG is
to court associates in law firms, building up contacts as
prospects for forensic and restructuring work grow,
The Lawyer reported.

According to the magazine, the firm has invited associates to its first-ever
associates’ networking night at Tower Bridge next Thursday night (20 September)
as it seeks to develop closer links with law firms ahead of an expected rise in
forensic and restructuring work.

A KPMG spokesperson said: ‘We want to build our ties with the legal
community, not just with the top level of partners, but all levels. Associates
are an important part of the legal community that we want to reach. So many
events focus on partners, we want to get closer to the associates as well.’

Further reading:

KPMG extends hand to black community

KPMG only firm with more than 400 listed audits

KPMG predicts insolvency numbers to hit 120,000

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