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Integration specialist appointed transactions chief at KPMG

John Kelly promoted to head of transaction services

John Kelly has been appointed head of KPMG’s transaction services business.

Kelly, an integration specialist, started as a consultant at the firm and
moved into transaction services in 2002.

“After the dramatic fall in M&A activity in the last 18 months, we are
starting to see the first tentative signs of cautious optimism. If engaging
transactions advisers is a gauge of life, our own pipeline suggests the M&A
market may be coming out of its coma,” said Kelly.

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