GLOBAL - Stephen Kingsley, head of consultancy Andersen's Europe, Middle East and Africa financial services practice, has been promoted to global head of the financial services industry practice.
He takes the reins from Andersen’s John Tiner, who was recently appointed a managing director at the UK’s Financial Services Authority.
Stephen Kingsley started his career at Andersen in 1973 and was made a partner in 1985. His work with financial institutions over recent years has focused on leading projects in risk management and control, of which a major element was the assessment and design of management information.
By Janet Du Chenne
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