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KPMG has become the first of the Big Four firms to achieve gender parity on its UK board with the election of two more women members.
Deloitte reported its 10th consecutive year of growth Tuesday, with global revenue reaching $46.2billion, a 9% increase in local currency terms and a $3 billion increase over the previous fiscal year.
Maggie Brereton and Ina Kjaer, both former senior partners at KPMG , quit the firm over the way it dealt with complaints of bullying by deal advisory boss Sanjay Thakkar.
Carmine Di Sibio, who took over as global chief executive of EY’s international network in July this year, has said the group had done ‘zero’ contingency planning over how a forced break-up of its UK business could affect its work in the US.
Wealth manager Tilney is in merger talks with fellow-wealth manager Smith & Williamson.