Joel Muckett 25 Oct 2017 08:46am

KPMG announces 50 promotions in Bristol

A new partner has been appointed among several other promotions at KPMG’s Bristol office

On Tuesday, regional head of restructuring David Pike was appointed partner of the Big Four firm’s office based in the South West.

He has worked at the firm for 18 years and has been head of restructuring since 2015, before which he advised underperforming or stressed companies.
KPMG Bristol also appointed six new directors.

Nathan Chrimes, Andrew Sidorowicz, David Bishop, Ana Somaiya, Midge Coombs and Laura Higgins were promoted to directors in the audit, deal advisory, management consulting, risk consulting and pensions functions.

Additionally, 43 employees were promoted to senior manager, manager and assistant manager level.

“I’m delighted to see so many colleagues embracing the opportunities we have at the firm to progress in their careers,” said KPMG south regional chair Karen Witton.

Senior partner of the firm’s Bristol office Andrew Hodgson, said the promotions reflected the talent in the business and the growing demand for services in the South West.

KPMG Bristol currently employs 450 people and advises organisations on all tax, audit and advisory matters including growth strategies, cyber security and digital and technology solutions.