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KPMG becomes first Big Four accounting firm to cut staff in U.S.

KPMG is cutting close to 2% of its workforce in the United States, becoming the first of the world’s four biggest accountancy firms to slash jobs in the country, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday citing an internal announcement.

Azets set to recruit 80 early career accountants

Accountancy firm Azets is set to recruit up to 80 apprentices, graduates and school leavers in Scotland this year as part of a major recruitment drive.

Survey reveals accountancy talent crunch in the Middle East

A survey has noted a severe accountancy talent crunch for employers in the Middle East as they struggle to retain staff with big career mobility ambitions and an eye on their next role.

Fortus recruits for new wealth management arm

Yorkshire business advisory and accountancy firm Fortus has recruited an experienced wealth management professional to head up a new business line.

Grant Thornton UK named leading LGBTQIA+ employer

Grant Thornton UK LLP a leading business and financial adviser, has received an accolade for its commitment to inclusion of lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people in the workplace.

EY announces the acquisition with Frank Hirth Plc

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