KPMG adds former Nutmeg COO to wealth management team

Also worked at Westpac and Barclays

Tom Ellis
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Bill Packman: “Having previously worked with KPMG, I have seen at first-hand the depth and quality of its expertise."
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Bill Packman: “Having previously worked with KPMG, I have seen at first-hand the depth and quality of its expertise."

KPMG has hired former Nutmeg chief operating officer Bill Packman as a wealth management partner.

Packman spent four years at the online investment manager as COO and spearheaded the firm's operational transformation. KPMG's new hire also spent time at Australian bank Westpac and has held a number...

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