News: Dinesh Kanabar quits KPMG

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Dinesh Kanabar quits KPMG

Dinesh Kanabar, deputy CEO of audit and advisory firm KPMG, has resigned from the firm on Wednesday after a four year stint with the consulting firm. Kanabar intends to start his own advisory firm. "It is time for me to make time for myself and my family. I will be moving out to start my own venture and I wish KPMG and its people, who I admire greatly, every success," Kanabar, in a statement said. "I have had a fruitful and fulfilling innings at KPMG India and was fortunate to be a part of a dynamic team," he added. Before joining KPMG in India, Kanabar was Deputy CEO at RSM & Co - a boutique tax advisory firm which later merged with PwC. At PwC he was heading the tax and regulatory practice before moving to KPMG.

Dinesh Kanabar, deputy CEO of audit and advisory firm KPMG, has resigned from the firm on Wednesday after a four year stint with the consulting firm. Kanabar intends to start his own advisory firm. "It is time for me to make time for myself and my family. I will be moving out to start my own venture and I wish KPMG and its people, who I admire greatly, every success," Kanabar, in a statement said. "I have had a fruitful and fulfilling innings at KPMG India and was fortunate to be a part of a dynamic team," he added. Before joining KPMG in India, Kanabar was Deputy CEO at RSM & Co - a boutique tax advisory firm which later merged with PwC. At PwC he was heading the tax and regulatory practice before moving to KPMG.

Read the Economic Times news report here.

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Topics: Strategic HR, #Current, #Corporate

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