David Kilshaw retires from KPMG UK
Hot off the press today – David Kilshaw is leaving KPMG.
David Kilshaw is Chairman of the KPMG’s UK Private Client team, which advises family offices, entrepreneurs and trustees on all aspects of personal taxation. He has now reached the Firm’s retirement age, as specified in the partnership deed, and will be stepping down as a KPMG partner with effect from the end of September.
Dermot Callinan, Head of UK Private Client Advisory said “David is an admired KPMG Partner who has contributed enormously to our Private Client practice over the years and we wish him every success in the future. Our London Private Client team of 30 specialists are in great shape: The business is growing and recruiting to meet that growth. Greg Limb and Mike Walker are leading that team into new and exciting markets with Jo Bateson, Daniel Crowther and Derek Scott our Directors. I am very confident that our plans for the future will see that success continue to develop”
Mr Kilshaw will not be leaving the tax profession, notwithstanding his retirement from KPMG, and is currently exploring other opportunities.