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.
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