PracticeAccounting FirmsNew KPMG partners to boost service lines

New KPMG partners to boost service lines

Thirty new partners appointed

KPMG has appointed 30 new partners in the UK in the areas of audit, tax and
advisory services.

The appointments will take effect from October 2006 and follows the
appointment of 14 other partners who have joined the firm since October 2005.

Mike Rake, chairman of KPMG International and senior UK partner, said: ‘KPMG
is committed to providing globally consistent multi-disciplinary audit, tax and
advisory services, based on deep industry knowledge.

Rake said the new partners would support the firm’s strategy for growth,
along with its commitment to broaden its offerings to help meet strong demand in
the marketplace.

The appointments include partners in KPMG offices in London, Manchester,
Leeds and Plymouth

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