KPMG has made 14 promotions in its East Midlands practice, including one new partner, one director and three senior managers.
As part of the latest round of promotions, Mark Flanagan has been appointed as a partner within the firm’s audit function.
Richard Norbury is the new director and James Aldred, Brendon Stansfield, and Teresa Southby are the new senior managers. Included in the total are four managers and five assistant managers.
KPMG has made 112 promotions across its Midlands offices, and it has also welcomed 81 graduates, 24 apprentices and 9 school leavers in the region.
Ian Borley, East Midlands Senior Partner at KPMG, said: “I’m delighted to announce our latest round of promotions in the East Midlands. These promotions are a reflection of the talent and energy within our team, the strong growth of our business and the demand for our services across the region.
“Our people are instrumental in driving our future growth as we work with our clients to improve their organisations and navigate through economic and political uncertainties.
“The East Midlands is thriving and we’re committed to investing in our people and helping to shape the narrative around our region being a great place to do business and an attractive place to live, visit and work.”