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‘It’s about how we respond’: incoming KPMG CEO

Jason Doherty is confident recent drink-spiking incidents will not hamper the firm’s ability to attract talent.

Incoming KPMG chief executive Jason Doherty.

The incoming chief executive of Big Four accounting firm KPMG New Zealand is confident two recent drink-spiking incidents affecting its Auckland office will not affect its ability to attract talent, backing the firm’s “open and transparent” culture and early handling of the events.

And he says

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