New dual role for KPMG partner

New dual role for KPMG partner

Stephen Cole to head up two departments at firm

Big Four firm KPMG has promoted Stephen Cole to the roles of TS Risk
Management partner and head of the professional practice Group (PPG) within
KPMG Transaction
Services
.

He is taking over from Peter Hughes.

PPG develops guidance and tools to meet and to advise client teams through
technical and regulatory issues generated in meeting client needs.

Cole said: ‘I am delighted to be taking on this new role as it puts me at the
heart of developing our TS practice to meet the needs of the market. KPMG’s
continuous involvement with transactions and the ‘nuts and bolts’ which underpin
deals allows us to provide valuable insight to our clients.’

He said part of his role would be to see that this can be addressed on a
consistent basis across the firm’s work.

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