PracticeAuditMagical move for Disney auditor

Magical move for Disney auditor

Disney insider joins specialist royalty auditing firm

DISNEY’S former senior business auditor Serge Tohme has been poached by specialist royalty auditing firm, 360 Audit.

Working for the national and international licensing industry, the firm’s clients include Nickelodeon, Liverpool Football Club, Entertainment One and BBC Worldwide.

Tohme will front its Europe, Middle East and Africa division, and has previously worked in internal audit in the shipping and cement industries.

Managing partner Henna Riaz said: “This is a key appointment for us. Our international portfolio is growing significantly and the business is going from strength to strength. Having someone like Serge on board will be a great asset to the team.”

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