BCL liquidator resigns from KPMG

Dixon-Warren
Dixon-Warren

SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL liquidator Nigel Dixon-Warren has resigned from KPMG after 25 years of service to focus specifically on the BCL Mine liquidation. September 30 will be his last day with the firm where he served as a senior partner.

All his clients’ commitment would be transitioned to other KPMG Botswana partners and the firm is expected to announce the new leadership in due course.

The liquidator, who confirmed the resignation said he would, however, continue with the Mine’s liquidation because liquidation is a personal appointment not the company’s. “I want to focus on my liquidations, specifically BCL. It is a good thing because it means I would not be distracted by my job as KPMG managing partner,” he said.

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