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KPMG makes three senior appointments

KPMG bolsters financial services team with two senior managers and a director

KPMG has boosted numbers in its financial services team with the recruitment
of three senior staff.

Jarrod Nicholson joins as director and John Seaton and Caroline Walters take
up senior manager positions. The trio will all work in the financial services
remediation practice, which works with clients to solve anti-money laundering,
records and transaction concerns.

The three recruits, who all previously worked at business services company
Huntswood, will work with David Vallery who joined KPMG earlier this year from
Lloyds Banking Group.

At Huntswood, Nicholson led the customer management and business
transformation division. Prior to that he was global implementation director for
FTSE 250 business Xchanging.

Seaton has held senior positions at PA Consulting, Barclays and was principal
consultant at Huntswood.

Prior to Huntswood, Walters held several different roles at Santander UK,
latterly as a business manager where she led a remediation project following an
FSA enforcement action.

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