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Big 4 partner defects to rival firm

An accountant has abandoned his role as director in one of the big four firms to take up a position as partner in the audit team of another.

Appointments Lara Bullock 23 February 2017
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Niraj Singh has joined KPMG Enterprise’s office in Parramatta, as a partner in the audit business.

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Mr Singh previously worked at PwC for 17 years, most recently as a director in the firm’s private client division.

He has experience in providing audit and assurance services to privately owned enterprises, multinationals and publicly listed entities. He has broad industry experience, including retail, registered clubs, hospitality, automotive and manufacturing.

“Niraj brings a wealth of experience to our firm,” said David Pring, KPMG Enterprise practice leader, Greater Western Sydney.

“He will be key to building Enterprise’s relationships with local businesses. He demonstrates strong technical expertise, exceptional people skills and a broad industry knowledge. He joins us at a time of renewed optimism and growth in the Greater Western Sydney area, and we are delighted he’s now part of the Enterprise team.”

KPMG Enterprise also recently appointed partner Gordon Irons to its advisory business in Parramatta.

 

 

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