Bonney, 40, is one of the few women that has made any inroads in what is a male-dominated profession, having previously been CEO of KPMG’s corporate tax advisory services.
She will take responsibility for shaping strategic direction and motivating more than 2,000 KPMG tax specialists across the UK.
UK head of tax, Loughlin Hickey, said: ‘I am delighted to appoint Sue to this top management position within KPMG. She brings a strong strategic approach, a clear understanding of the complexities of business and a coaching style that will make her a role model to motivate and inspire right across our tax business.’
Bonney said: ‘This is an exciting time for both me and the business.’
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