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Four Belfast KPMG partners leave firm amid British tax probe

The senior executives were quizzed over tax evasion involving a property development firm

19th February, 2016
Four no more Pic: Getty

Accountancy firm KPMG has this evening announced that four senior Belfast partners have left the company.

It said the executives, who are currently being investigated by the British Revenue (HMRC), have "now retired following a period of administrative leave".

The four partners are Jon D’Arcy, head of audit and transactions for KPMG in the north, Eamonn Donaghy, who heads the Belfast tax practice, Paul Hollway, head of corporate finance and Arthur O’Brien, an audit and...

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