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KPMG promotes staff in its Jersey office

KPMG promotes staff in its Jersey office

Monday 05 December 2022

KPMG promotes staff in its Jersey office

Monday 05 December 2022

KPMG has promoted a number of people in its Jersey office.

In the Audit department, Arthur Mainja has been promoted to an IT Audit Associate Director and Mobolaji Gureje has been promoted to an Audit Senior Manager.

Morris Mwiine, Harry Mills, Noel De Leon and Shazzette Brown have been promoted to Audit Manager, with Harry O’Connor and Oliver De Sousa being promoted to an Audit Assistant Manager, along with Erin Stott who has recently qualified.

Ayo Afolami has been promoted to an IT Audit Manager.

In the Business Services department, Tracy de Oliveira has been promoted to Risk and Compliance Officer.

In the firm’s Tax department, Connie Owens and Harry Freer are being promoted to Senior Tax Consultant.

Overall, more than 40 promotions below director level have been recently made in KPMG’s Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man offices.

Andrew Quinn, Managing Partner at KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, said: “I would like to congratulate all my colleagues who have been promoted this October. 

“We place a lot of emphasis on the development and career progression of our people. It is personally very rewarding to see so many colleagues being promoted and continue to develop and progress their career at KPMG. 

“Their promotion is a result of their hard work, a desire to continually learn and seek out new experiences and they are an inspiration to others in the firm.”

Picture (top, left to right) Harry O’Connor, Oliver De Sousa, Mobolaji Gureje, Morris Mwiine and Shazzette Brown; (bottom, left to right) Noel De Leon, Tracy de Oliveira and Ayo Afolami.

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