This is the highest number of promotions at this level for several years and is testament to the firm’s continued investment in its people and the market demand for locally based, highly skilled individuals across a wide range of disciplines. The firm invests significantly in training and continuous development and regularly promotes from within.
The 14 people promoted are Leo Aguillon, Jannen Barona, Verity Beck, James Bichard, Will Bodkin, John Casey, Emily Curtis, Mark Flores, Chris Fox, Harry Malet de Carteret, Lewis Omilo, Lauren Osborne, Charne Renou and Megan Stewart.
Jason Laity, Senior Partner of KPMG in the Channel Islands, says:
‘These promotions reflect our continued confidence in the economies of both Islands and our desire to provide new opportunities and experiences for our people. It’s important that we are able to provide a depth of skills to deliver a high quality service to our clients. It’s an exciting time to be in the profession, but a challenging one too. We must ensure we have the right people, at the right level, empowered to assist our clients in dealing with their own challenges, disruption and change. We look forward to seeing these talented individuals continue to develop and further their careers in the firm.’