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KPMG Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 21 16
A Former chief of the Northern Ireland Civil Service is among three external business leaders on a new advisory board at accountants KPMG. Rotha Johnston, a director of Belfast Harbour Commissioners and Northern Ireland Electricity, and chairman of Northern Ireland Screen, joins former IDB and civil service boss Sir Bruce Robinson on the panel. Shaun Kelly, the New Yorkbased chief global operating officer of KPMG International, is chairing the board, while Ireland managing partner Shaun Murphy is also a member. Ms. Johnston is a former pro vice-chancellor at Queen's University.
Tata Steel Reportedly Close To Keeping Port Talbot Open
Jun 3 16
Tata Steel Limited (BSE:500470) Steel is close to agreeing a deal that would see it keep control of the Port Talbot Steelworks. The Indian-owned steel giant is discussing a multi-million-pound commercial loan with the UK Government and is attracted by proposed changes to its UK steel pension fund, the Financial Times reported. A source close to the company told the newspaper, "whatever happens, Tata will be there to stay." The FT also reported that the company turned to the UK Government to ask for more financial incentives to stay after failing to receive assurances that a new buyer would keep the plant open for more than a couple of years. A shortlist of bidders for Tata Steel's remaining UK business is reportedly set to be revealed in the next few days. Three suitors are thought to be in the running, Excalibur Steel UK Ltd, Liberty House Ltd and Endless LLP. It is understood that professional advisory firm KPMG, which is handling the sales process, has been reviewing up to seven bids that were submitted by the May 23, 2016, deadline. KPMG had been expected to announce a shortlist last week. But the future of Tata Steel UK is unlikely to be decided until after the EU referendum on June 23, 2016. Greybull Capital LLP is also said to be one of those that submitted bids for the remainder of Tata's UK business. It is expected to have missed out on being shortlisted, alongside fellow bidders JSW Steel Ltd. (BSE:500228) and Hebei Iron and Steel Co.,Ltd. (SZSE:000709) and turnaround specialist Wilbur Ross. Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock said, "If the media reports are true then we do need to see clear guarantees from Tata Steel to ensure that they are in the business for the long-run. "I think we need clear guarantees that they are committed, that they are going to stay with the business through thick and thin and we're not going to be back to square one in 12 to 24 months time. A spokesman for Tata Steel said: "We don't comment on specific media speculation." "Our priority remains to find a responsible buyer for the whole UK business." The Welsh Government declined to comment at this stage.
KPMG Presents at Annual Global Airfinance Conference Dublin, Jan-20-2016 09:20 AM
Dec 31 15
KPMG Presents at Annual Global Airfinance Conference Dublin, Jan-20-2016 09:20 AM. Venue: Convention Centre, Dublin, Ireland. Speakers: Tom Woods, Partner.
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