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Mumbai: Professional services firm KPMG on Wednesday said deputy chief executive officer (CEO) Dinesh Kanabar has decided to quit to pursue entrepreneurial goals.

“It is time for me to make time for myself and my family. I will be moving out to start my own venture," said Kanabar, who was deputy CEO for four years, said in a statement issued by KPMG.

He will leaving the company by the end of October this year, the statement said.

The company’s CEO Richard Rekhy said Kanabar was instrumental in rejuvenating KPMG’s tax practice and the markets function. The statement did not mention anything about a successor.

“KPMG...will continue to aggressively invest in its growth strategy for the country given the emerging positive business environment," Rekhy said. PTI

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