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KPMG Lower Gulf Head Quits Amidst Turmoil

KPMG Lower Gulf Head Quits Amidst Turmoil

by Starling Insights

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Nader Haffer, head of KPMG in Dubai, recently announced his plans to step down as chair and chief executive of KPMG Lower Gulf. This decision comes as allegations of nepotism, cronyism, and partner discontent have plagued the business since July this year. Notably, several partners of the Dubai operation had previously complained about Haffar to KPMG’s global governing body, asking that they intervene and remove him from leadership...

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