PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG partner numbers in Birmingham reach 50

KPMG partner numbers in Birmingham reach 50

Three new partners appointed

Big Four firm KPMG has appointed three
new partners in its Birmingham office, taking its total number of partners to
50.

The three new partners are John Leech, Richard Nixon and Andrew Hine. The
firm also promoted a further 30 people as either directors or senior managers.

Leech has been promoted as an audit partner after 15 years with KPMG, Nixon
joined KPMG in 2001, focusing on procurement advisory and helping clients reduce
third party costs and transform their supply chains, while Hine joined KPMG in
2004 after spending 13 years with the
NHS.

Mark Hopton, senior partner at KPMG in Birmingham, said: ‘These continue to
be exciting times for our company. Not only have we just announced the merger
with our sister German firm, but these new appointments here in Birmingham
enable us to build on our strong market position and reinforce our commitment to
the local business scene.’

Further reading:

KPMG to shell out £80m on bonuses

KPMG publishes first UK REITS guide

New dual role for KPMG partner

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