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KPMG’s Bill Michael resigns after telling staff to ‘stop moaning’

Firm’s UK chair apologises for comments in virtual meeting about Covid crisis

KPMG’s UK chairman, Bill Michael, has resigned after telling staff to “stop moaning” during a virtual meeting about the coronavirus pandemic and the impact of lockdown on people’s lives.

Michael, who has headed the company since 2017, was speaking at a virtual town hall meeting on Monday with members of the firm’s financial services consulting team when he made the comments.

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