KPMG UK names new anti-bribery head

Charlie Patrick will succeed Brent McDaniel in London post


KPMG UK has named Charlie Patrick as its new London-based head of anti-bribery and corruption, reporting to the head of the UK fraud practice, Jeremy Outen. Patrick was previously a director in KPMG's risk consulting practice, based in Birmingham and London. He succeeds Brent McDaniel, the head of anti-bribery and corruption since 2007, who will move to KPMG's US office. The consultancy also promoted Geoff Dadswell, a senior manager and forensic specialist in the risk consulting practice, to

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