Stay up-to-date with the movers and shakers in the finance sector. Here are the key movements in October 2019:
KPMG has appointed Marc Abrams to run its East Midlands practice as Senior Partner of its Leicester and Nottingham offices. He takes over from Ian Borley, who is stepping down from the role ahead of retirement in April after nearly 35 years with the firm.
Deloitte has appointed Sankar Mahalingham as a Director in its UK pensions business. He will be based in London, specialising in pensions advice to corporates and trustees, and focusing on the expansion of Deloitte’s pensions consulting activity. He previously spent four years at XPS Pensions Group, most recently as Head of Defined Benefit Growth.
Menzies LLP has promoted Anna-Marie McCrarren, Head of Outsourcing Services, to Partner level. She is responsible for overseeing the firm’s growing outsourcing services team across its Woking, Solent and London offices.
Andrew Johnston joins FRC Conduct Committee. The Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC) Conduct Committee oversees the audit regulator’s enforcement work. As well as government actuary he was also a member of the management board administering the World Trade Organisation pension plan.
Drew Stevenson has been appointed Energy Sector Leader at PWC, succeeding Alan McCrae. PWC’s deal leader for the energy sector since 2014, Stevenson has more than 25 years’ experience of deals and transaction services across a wide range of industries and global territories.