BusinessCorporate FinanceKPMG shares in Cable & Wireless’s £22m adviser bonanza

KPMG shares in Cable & Wireless's £22m adviser bonanza

Cable & Wireless paid £22m in advisory fees on its demerger, which included the Big Four firm

KPMG is to share in a £22m pot given to corporate advisers working on Cable
& Wireless’ demerger moves.

The telecommmunications giant is splitting to form Cable & Wireless
Worldwide plc and Cable & Wireless Communications Plc, a move that required
the corporate expertise of a number of advisers including its auditors KPMG.

“The costs and expenses related to demerger are expected to be approximately
£22m, to be shared approximately £12m by Communications and approximately £10m
by Worldwide,”
Cable
& Wireless said
.

Tim Pennington will serve as CFO at Cable & Wireless Communications.

At Cable & Wireless Worldwide Tim Weller will become CFO from May 2010.

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acquisition supported by BDO

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