KPMG has appointed 37 new partners and 110 new directors – double the number
of appoints in 2009.
The news follows last week’s announcement the accounting firm’s UK headcount
would increase by about 3,000.
John Griffith-Jones, senior partner with KPMG, said the appointments are in
line with attempts to grow the firm.
“In order to deliver the best service to clients we need to enable our best
people to flourish in an environment where high performance is recognised and
rewarded,” he said.
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