Deloitte hails arrival of third high-profile adviser

Deloitte hails arrival of third high-profile adviser

Deloitte bags former FSA director, Kari Hale, to complete triumverate of high-profile appointments   

Deloitte has completed a hattrick of high-profile appointments after securing
the services of Kari Hale, the director of the Finance Strategy
& Risk at the Financial Services authority.

Hale is highly repsected in the City and has been instrumental in developing
relationships between the FSA and the audit and accounting profession. His
appointment is the third significant coup for Deloitte, who have already bagged
the services of Sir Digby Jones and well-known civil servant Dame Sue Street.

Kari Hale will join Deloitte as a partner and will take responsibility for
developing strategic solutions for financial services
clients.

Hale was a partner at Deloitte before leaving to join the
FSA.

His return was welcomed by Deloitte chief executive John
Connolly who said Hale’s appointment was ‘one of a series of high calibre
appointments to our financial services practice’.

Hale said he was looking forward to the ‘exciting opportunity’
at Deloitte.

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