KPMG partner leaves the firm after sexual harassment claim

Partner, from South Australia, left the firm after the investigation against him It is the second time a claim of sexual harassment has been made against a partner of a big four firm A separate investigation was launched into a sexual harassment claim made against the managing partner of rival firm Ernst & Young's Adelaide office  

By Max Margan For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:47 GMT, 1 March 2018 | Updated: 04:48 GMT, 1 March 2018

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The accounting and consulting industry is in turmoil after a second claim of sexual harassment was made against a partner of a big four firm.

The KPMG partner, from South Australia, left the firm following an investigation into a claim of sexual harassment against him, the AFR reported.

KPMG chief executive Gary Wingrove issued a statement in which he warned all staff and partners the company would not tolerate predatory behaviour.

The accounting and consulting industry is in turmoil after a second claim of sexual harassment was made against a partner of a big four firm (stock image) 

The accounting and consulting industry is in turmoil after a second claim of sexual harassment was made against

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