February 2020: Finance Movers and Shakers

Stay up-to-date with the movers and shakers in the finance sector. Here are the key movements in February 2020:

James Cowper Kreston is shaking up its management structure with a joint managing partnership model. Alex Peal and Sue Staunton have been elected as joint Managing Partners with effect from 1 May 2020, replacing Robert Holland who is stepping down after six years. This marks a significant shift from the traditional approach to running an accountancy firm, using a hybrid management model to grow the partnership
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KPMG has completed the sale of its former pensions advisory practice, marking one of the first major steps by a Big Four firm to separate out non-audit work. KPMG UK’s current Pensions Partners have been backed by private equity firm Exponent, which is believed to have paid some £200m.
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Wilkins Kennedy has appointed Paul Barwick as a Forensic Accounting Partner. Barwick, who has more than 13 years’ experience in forensic accounting, joins from Mazars where he spent seven years, and earlier in his career spent six years with Charles River Associates.
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Quantuma Restructuring has appointed Nick Parsk as an Appointmenttaking Director in the Thames Valley region. Parsk joins Quantuma from Wilkins Kennedy, where he spent 18 months as a Director, specialising in corporate insolvency and restructuring across the South of England.
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Tracey Moore joins UHY Hacker Young as Head of Charities and Not-for-Profit. Moore previously worked at BDO as Director for Charities and Not-for-Profit.
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