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Sheetal Sanghvi has become the new office managing partner for RSM UK in Leicester, leveraging her 18 years of experience within the firm. Her role focuses on fostering team culture and driving momentum for 200 employees in the East Midlands. Sanghvi aims to collaborate with leadership and staff to propel the business forward, acting as an ambassador and championing growth and excellence within the region. The appointment follows Sanghvi’s successful tenure as office managing partner in Nottingham, ensuring consistency and growth across the East Midlands under RSM UK’s leadership.

Jeremy Brown has joined Mazars as a financial services transfer pricing partner, bringing extensive experience from Deloitte. In his new role, Brown specialises in advising financial services clients on global transfer pricing obligations, particularly within insurance, banking, and asset management sectors. Mazars emphasises Brown’s leadership and expertise, anticipating his contributions to expanding the firm’s presence in transfer pricing. Liz Ritchie, head of tax at Mazars, applauds Brown’s appointment, highlighting his leadership philosophy and alignment with the firm’s goals to exceed client expectations and deliver excellence in service.

Kilsby Williams strengthens its business services and tax teams with new hires, including manager Ken Vargis, assistant Hannah Griffiths, and trainee Luis McCarthy. Vargis brings significant auditing expertise to support the firm’s client portfolio, while Griffiths and McCarthy contribute to business services and tax functions, respectively. Ataf Salim, partner at Kilsby Williams, emphasises the firm’s commitment to attracting top talent and its focus on growth. The appointments reflect Kilsby Williams’ dedication to providing high-quality services to clients across various sectors in south Wales, the Midlands, and London.

 KPMG in the UK has partnered with SAP through the SAP PartnerEdge programme to facilitate clients’ digital transformation journeys. By combining KPMG’s industry-specific approach with SAP’s technology, the collaboration aims to help clients become future-ready businesses. KPMG’s digital transformation solutions, led by over 6,000 SAP-specialised consultants, focus on accelerating business transformation, enabling generative AI adoption, and enhancing transparency on ESG. Ian West, head of alliances at KPMG UK, highlights the partnership’s goal to deliver value and drive sustainable growth for clients through innovative solutions tailored to specific business needs.

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