The Scottish public sector practice of KPMG has been expanded by poaching
four staff from the firm’s Big Four rivals PricewatewrhouseCoopers.
The arrival of the four key consultants follows the recruitment of John
Lambert from PwC in October last year to head the practice.
Lambert said that it was always his intention ‘to build a senior team of
consultants to create some space in the marketplace’. He is reported saying that
because PwC had chosen to expand its public sector practice in a way they ‘did
not feel comfortable with’.
The new recuirts are Clare Haughy, Brian Johnson, Fiona Pollock and Les
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