Progeny appoints ex-KPMG man to head acquisition strategy

Stewart Cape joins advice and tax business

Jenna Brown
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Progeny has appointed Stewart Cape, formerly of KPMG, to the newly-created role of head of corporate development at the advice and tax group.

It said Cape (pictured) would be responsible for "informing and driving the acquisition activity" in line with Progeny's broader strategic objectives for development and growth. Cape spent 12 years at KPMG where he led the financial services M&A practice for their Northern corporate finance business, advising shareholders and financial investors on a range of significant transactions in the sector including, partial and full exits, acquisitions and private equity deals, according to the private-equity backed firm. Cape said: "Progeny is a business I know extremely well, having spent a...

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