KPMG creates 400 jobs in Glasgow with new hub

Around 400 new jobs are coming to Glasgow thanks to professional services firm KPMG’s expansion in the city.

The Scotsman reports the new roles will be created as the firm chooses Glasgow as the new location for its second UK managed services hub. 

While 50 staff have already been recruited for the new base and a further 150 set to recruited from June, KPMG said it hopes to increase its workforce at the site to up to 400 over the next three years. Roles include data gatherers, analysts and managers with modern apprentices and graduates recruited alongside more experienced hires.

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