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KPMG appoints new partners in Bermuda

New arrivals: Jay Payne, left and Tom Tiplin (Photograph supplied)

KPMG in Bermuda has announced the appointment of two new partners ― Tom Tiplin as audit partner and Jay Payne as a tax partner.

Tiplin joins the firm from KPMG in the UK, where he focused on global and regional insurance and reinsurance clients operating in the non-life and life sectors.

KPMG said he had worked with a number of SEC registrants and large non-public companies operating in various jurisdictions, including the US; UK, including Lloyd’s; Singapore; and Germany.

Payne has more than 30 years of experience delivering professional tax services.

Throughout his career, his clients have included multinational public and private companies with industry-focused tax consulting to businesses involved in insurance, entertainment and hospitality, energy, healthcare, and real estate.

James Berry, the chief executive, said: “At KPMG, we understand hiring new, experienced professionals is crucial for maintaining high standards of service delivery to clients.

“Fresh talent brings fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to problem-solving, enriching the overall capability of the team.

“As we welcome Tom and Jay, we reinforce our commitment to delivering unparalleled expertise and innovation to our clients.

“Their wealth of experience and dedication will undoubtedly elevate our service offerings, further solidifying KPMG's position as a leader in the industry.”

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Published May 20, 2024 at 6:13 pm (Updated May 20, 2024 at 8:51 pm)

KPMG appoints new partners in Bermuda

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