Sue Bonney is the first the female to be appointed as the head of tax at a
Big Four firm.
Bonney has worked in tax since 1987 and was the previously the the chief
operating officer of tax at KPMG. She succeeds Colin Cook, who has been
appointed as the chief executive of KPMG’s UK business.
Bonney told the FT that her aim was to ensure that KPMG’s tax
business grew faster than its competition.
KPMG also appointed Ashley Steel as its new head of infrastructure.
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