KPMG has appointed Neil Macdonald to the newly created role of managing director in its asset management practice, where he will be responsible for developing a number of the firm's major global accounts.
Macdonald, who most recently served as a senior business manager at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, will be based in London and report to partner and head of the asset management consulting team Tim West....
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