KPMG has announced eleven new senior appointments at its Midlands practice.
The firm has made one partner promotion - Glynn Bellamy who has been promoted to transactions services partner, and a further nine promotions and one new recruit all at director level and across a range of disciplines.
They include Marc Abrams, Mark Eaton and Nigel Spare in tax, Jez Leaper and Craig Robinson in public sector, Simon Albrighton in accounting advisory, Waseem Aslam in forensic, Chris Pole in restructuring and Ashley Reek in transaction services.
New recruit Nick Harrison joins the KPMG’s Midlands performance and technology practice from PwC.
Steve Hollis, Midlands chairman at KPMG, said: “These senior regional appointments reflect the firm’s investment in our people.
“These are focused, enterprising and talented professionals with the business acumen to make a valuable contribution to the firm’s ambitions and successes, and those of our clients.
“The appointments also highlight the firm’s wealth of niche services demanded by Midlands organisations who are operating in challenging times, and our commitment to the local marketplace.”