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KPMG Appoints Six Non-Executive Directors
October 9, 2012
KPMG UK has recently announced that it has appointed six new directors to their team. The candidates were selected through an extensive election process and their appointments were affirmed today. The new directors include: Jonathan Hurst; Kru Desai; Richard Reid; Melanie Richards and David Sayer. The new directors come from diverse backgrounds, which KPMG UK feels will be beneficial to the entire firm.
According to the recent report, five of the new directors were long-standing partners with KPMG. They will be led by Simon Collins, who was appointed to be the chairman of KPMG UK in March.
Collins said that he has high expectations of the new directors. He said they have been chosen for their skill sets, experience and character.
These directors are non-executives and KPMG hopes they will provide a new perspective in the operations of the organization. They have been appointed as part of a decision to change the governance structure of KPMG.
Collins feels that the new appointments will have significant benefits to the entire company. He said that KPMG is continually trying to improve the governance of its offices and feels this is an important step in achieving that goal.