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KPMG appoints four new partners as growth continues

John Hansen (centre), partner in charge at KPMG in Northern Ireland, with the firm's four new partners (from left) Ashleen Feeney, Dominic Mudge, Paddy Doherty and Neil O’Hare

BUSINESS advisory firm KPMG in Northern Ireland has appointed four new partners to its Belfast office as the firm’s growth continues apace.

All four have been promoted internally by the firm, which has 260 people in the north across its audit, tax and advisory services.

Neil O’Hare becomes partner in deal advisory, Ashleen Feeney is partner in NI markets, Dominic Mudge is promoted to partner in audit, and Paddy Doherty is now a partner in tax.

John Hansen, partner in charge at the firm in Belfast, said: “These appointments further enhance the senior leadership team at KPMG in Northern Ireland as we enter a further period of growth.

“Each of the new partners has shown a huge level of commitment to our clients and the firm and will bring huge energy and fresh thinking to KPMG in the future.

“We have a talented team right across our office, and Ashleen, Dominic, Neil and Paddy are excellent examples of that talent. They work tirelessly to support our clients and are great role models for the up and coming talent in our firm.”

The new partner appointments come just after the firm announced a record intake of graduates, with 35 joining the Belfast office in September.

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