PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG Europe chief takes on firm’s EMA leadership

KPMG Europe chief takes on firm's EMA leadership

KPMG Europe chief takes on the the leadership of the firm's EMA region

John Griffith-Jones, joint
KPMG Europe
chairman, has been appointed chairman of
KPMG’s EMA (Europe, Middle East, Africa and India) region.

This is the biggest of KPMG’s three regions, comprising more than 3000
partners and 55,000 staff in 105 countries.

Griffith-Jones who joined KPMG in 1965, takes over from Ben van der Veer, who
is
also retiring as senior partner of the KPMG member firm in the Netherlands.

In addition, KPMG has appointed Alan Buckle head of its global advisory
practice,
which numbers more than 30,000 professional partners and staff in KPMG member
firms globally.

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