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KPMG Appoints Head of Anti-Bribery and Corruption

Scuttlebutt | May 29, 2012

KPMG has appointed Charlie Patrick as head of anti-bribery and corruption. Patrick assumes this position from Brent McDaniel.

Patrick, who has been with KPMG for 20 years,  currently serves as a director in the company's risk consulting practice. He has over 15 years of experience in forensic and accounting matters both in the  United States and UK.

Patrick spent two years working as a project manager investigating the assets of victims of the Holocaust held in Swiss banks. From 2000 until 2005, he established and led KPMG Forensic's Central and Eastern European practice, where he worked on a variety of fraud investigation and witness assignments.

In other news, KPMG also has appointed Geoff Dadswell to oversee compliance and ethics issues on UK companies.