KPMG gives $250,000 

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The audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG has given $250,000 toward a 60-seat amphitheatre in the new John Molson School of Business building being built at Guy St. and De Maisonneuve Blvd. Above (from left to right) are Kathy Assayag, V-P Advancement, Nathalie Bernier, Managing Partner, KPMG, JMSB dean Sanjay Sharma, Mario Véronneau, CA, Partner, KPMG and Michael Di Grappa, Acting President.

The KPMG Amphitheatre will have the latest audio-visual technology, as well as advanced connections for laptops and video-conferencing.

Bernier said, “KPMG has already invested in JMSB students by consistently hiring between 20 and 30 accounting graduates each year from the School’s first-rate accounting program. Last year alone, KPMG was the third largest recruiter of JMSB accounting students among local accounting firms.”


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