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Anderson heads KPMG's global financial services

Jeremy Anderson takes KPMG global FS role

Jeremy Anderson is the new chairman of
KPMG’s
global financial services practice.

He succeeds Brendan Nelson, who retired from the firm on 31 March to serve as
a non-executive director at RBS Group.

Anderson has more than 20 years’ experience in financial services, having
headed up its EMEA division.

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