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N&P appoints ex KPMG man to its board

Norwich & Peterborough Building Society has appointed Michael Fowle to its board as non-executive director.


Fowle recently retired from KPMG where he was senior partner and chairman of the London office and south area between 1993 to 1998.


He previously served as non-executive chairman for KPMG India, and as senior audit partner and senior UK banking partner as well as chairman of the KPMG World banking and Finance group.

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