PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG appoints 21 new partners

KPMG appoints 21 new partners

Big Four firm KPMG has appointed 21 new partners to strengthen some of its key service lines.

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The appointments, which take effect in October, are aimed at increasing the firm’s capability across audit, risk advisory services, tax and people services and transactions.

Mike Rake, chairman of KPMG International and senior UK partner, said: ‘KPMG is committed to being a multi-disciplinary organisation across a range of audit, tax and advisory services, backed up by deep industry knowledge of the markets and sectors we work with.

‘Our new partners will support our strategy for growth, and should put us in a strong position based on the quality of our people and our work.’

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