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KPMG hires new sustainability guru

New man beefs up green expertise at Big Four firm

Despite pleading with staff to work a four-day week, KPMG is still hiring. In
keeping with its global sustainability push, it has hired a renewable energy
specialist.

Adrian Scholtz is to lead the firm’s renewable corporate finance activities
in the UK and Germany. Scholtz was formerly head of Green Peninsula, a renewable
energy advisory firm for seven years.

A chartered accountant, he is likely to fit in well at KPMG. After
qualifying, he spent five years in transaction advisory with Ernst & Young.

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