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Abbott leads RSM Tenon corporate risk management team

John Abbott looks to build corporate risk management capabilities at RSM Tenon

John Abbott will lead RSM Tenon’s corporate risk management division.

Abbott joins from KPMG, where he led the firm’s UK and European, Middle East
and Africa internal audit, risk management and compliance practice.

“RSM Tenon has a strong reputation within the public sector for its
specialist internal audit, forensic and risk management work. My challenge is to
take this proven ability and significantly increase our presence in the
corporate sector,” said Abbott.

“With the public and private sectors alike facing tumultuous changes
following the financial crisis and Government cuts; corporate and public sector
clients all require the assurance that robust systems and controls are in force.
With an outstanding track record John is ideally placed to help businesses
achieve their strategic aims in a volatile world,” said Richard Smith, national
head of risk management services.

Further reading:

RSM Tenon eschews
acquisitions in two-year stability plan

RSM Tenon boosts
turnover and profits in 2010

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