KPMG strengthens advisory business

KPMG has strengthened its advisory services to the public sector with the
appointment of three commercial due diligence specialists to advise on private
healthcare deals.

Miriam Thomas has joined from Big Four rival PwC, where she worked on
healthcare deals including SSL International, Priory, Robinia and Four Seasons;
while Glenna McCulloch spent eight years with CIL, the commercial due diligence
and strategic market research house.

Lastly, Kate Barber joins us from Robson Rhodes where she was a director in
their consulting practice.

Alastair Groom, head of KPMG healthcare, said the appointments would enable
the firm to offer ‘an in-depth understanding of both the public and private
healthcare market’.

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