PracticeAccounting FirmsThree partners join KPMG’s corporate finance team

Three partners join KPMG's corporate finance team

M&A and IPO experience added at KPMG

THREE EXTERNAL PARTNER appointments have been announced by KPMG.

Jonathan Coddington joins from Hawkpoint’s healthcare practice to focus on M&A in the sector.

James Murray joins from Rothschild, where he worked in consumer M&A.

Bob Pringle joins with FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 IPO experience. He worked at Hoare Govett.

“Continued success in the market has given us the opportunity to bolster our senior corporate finance team and we are really delighted that we have attracted such a high calibre of adviser,” said Richard Clarke, UK head of corporate finance at KPMG.

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