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Ex-KPMG partner takes BDO role

David Fletcher leaves KPMG after 12 years to take a similar role heading up restructuring at BDO

FORMER KPMG PARTNER David Fletcher has joined BDO to head up its restructuring and advisory team.

Fletcher, who worked at KPMG for more than 12 years, will work in the business restructuring team at BDO. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the field and has particular expertise on complex UK and international cases.

Fletcher said: “They [BDO] have a tremendous reputation in the market for client service and innovation and I look forward to helping them broaden the range of advice that they can provide.” 

Shay Bannon, head of BDO’s business restructuring division, said: “We are delighted to have David on board. He is highly regarded throughout the restructuring advisory community as a result of his wealth of experience and exceptional commitment to client service.

“We’re confident that David and his team will make a valuable contribution to our practice.”

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