KPMG's Greg Limb explains the importance of building a legacy as a leader

, 26/02/2018

Private wealth practitioners in leadership roles should endeavour to leave a legacy in place for successors to build on when they hand over the reins, KPMG’s Greg Limb told an audience of young professionals in London at the sixth eprivateclient Leadership Seminar in London last week (22/02/2018).

Mr Limb – who is in charge of KPMG’s UK private client team which comprises around 200 staff in 11 offices and who also chairs the firm’s international private client network – said that leaders must “build a legacy” and “build something different” when in charge whilst at the...

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