KPMG admits over 100 new partners

KPMG admits over 100 new partners

New partner class for KPMG US brings fresh talent to firm

KPMG’s US chairman has announced that 134 new partners have been admitted to
the American firm for 2006.

Timothy Flynn, who is also KPMG’s US CEO, said the new partners had
demonstrated the ‘highest standards of professional excellence, technical
skills, industry knowledge and integrity’.

‘These new partners have distinguished themselves by delivering KPMG’s
promise of professionalism – to each other, to our clients, and to the capital
markets we serve,’ said Flynn.

Of the total, 54 serve the audit practice; 36, the advisory practice; 25
cover tax; and 19, national support services.

With the addition of the 2006 new partner class, the US partnership now
totals 1,742 partners.

KPMG US employs a total of 20,000 in 93 offices across the country.

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