PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG bolsters its forensic team

KPMG bolsters its forensic team

KPMG Forensic has strengthened its fast growing forensic technology team

KPMG Forensic has
recruited Rowan Taylor as a director in its fast growing forensic technology
team to lead the development of its forensic technology services for the
financial services industry.

Taylor joins KPMG from Atos Origin where he was a partner with their
financial services advisory practice, specialising in technology and security.
Before that, Taylor held positions at Xansa and Accenture.

Fraud has continued to be a major issue in both the private and public
sectors over the past years, which has been instrumental in making Forensic
KPMG’s fastest growing business in the UK for the last two consecutive years
running.

‘I am delighted to be joining KPMG and its rapidly expanding forensic
practice. Financial services clients are facing many important issues where our
skills can be of great value in reducing reputational risk and commercial loss,’
Taylor said.

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