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KPMG Canada acquires audit firm in Montreal

KPMG in Canada has acquired PWGL Inc an audit practise based in Montreal.

KPMG in Canada has acquired PWGL Inc an audit practise based in Montreal.

As part of the audit, PWGL’s partners Dov Wolman, Jean-Paul Peries, William Grzywacz and Mark Strohl have joined KPMG. Existing employees at PWGL will operate out of their existing offices on Rue Ferrier in Mount Royal.

KPMG Canada’s regional managing partner Benoit Lacoste?Bienvenue said: “We are thrilled to welcome PWGL to the KPMG family. Our organisations share a common vision to provide clients with the insights, tools and solutions to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing business environment. PWGL’s business focus and strong team will add to KPMG’s existing Quebec practice and enable us to provide more comprehensive service for our enterprise clients.”

PWGL’s partner Dov Wolman added: “We are excited to be part of a truly global organisation in KPMG – but also one that shares our values and commitment to enterprise clients. We will continue to provide our existing clients a personalised service that is dedicated to helping them address the challenges and opportunities they face every day.”

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