KMPG hired three new healthcare due diligence specialists to strengthen its healthcare advisory service. The appointments of Miriam Thomas, Glenda McCulloch and Kate Barber will increase KPMG’s London-based team to fifteen.
Thomas comes from PricewaterhouseCoopers where she set up the commercial due diligence healthcare team. She has over ten years’ experience in Strategic Consulting and has been involved in several UK private equity healthcare deals including SSL International, Priory, Robinia and Four Seasons.
McCulloch previously spent eight years with CIL, the commercial due diligence and strategic market research house. She has experience of a number of deals involving private equity houses, corporate clients and banks. Previous deals McCulloch has worked on include Legal & General Ventures’ acquisition of nine BUPA classic hospitals and the purchase of the Verna Group.
Barber joins from Robson Rhodes where she was a director in their consulting practice. She is a specialist in financial diagnostics and process improvement. Her previous work has involved some of the major hospitals in the Midlands.