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Mid-tier boosts division with big 4 execs


In an effort to boost its assurance and risk advisory services, one mid-tier firm has appointed three former big four senior managers to drive growth.

By Katarina Taurian 8 minute read

Chiew Lee, formerly of PwC, Bree Jones, formerly of KPMG and Victor Uson, formerly of EY and PwC, have joined the Vincents assurance and risk advisory team.

Ms Lee will operate from Vincents’ Canberra office, while Ms Jones and Mr Uson will be based in the Brisbane office.

As well as working at PwC, Ms Lee’s background includes work with the department of social services, with her overall expertise encompassing internal audit, risk and financial assurance.

Ms Jones, who worked in KPMG’s Australian and Canadian offices, has particular specialties in the Queensland public sector, energy, natural resources and construction industries.

Mr Uson, who also worked with Crowe Horwath, also has significant experience with both listed and unlisted entities across the retail, entertainment, oil and gas, mining and construction industries, as well as the not-for-profit sector.

“It’s an exciting time for assurance and risk advisory services and for the firm as a whole – with the investment in these excellent people further consolidating our firm’s depth of expertise, technical skills and our ongoing commitment to bring the best people to our clients,” said Vincents managing director David Rose.

“These are skills that enable them to provide innovative and practical solutions to the challenges organisations face today, including the increasing demand for greater transparency, efficient and reliable reporting, improving efficiency and effectiveness of performance, management of risk and assurance over governance and internal controls.”

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