James Bonello

James Bonello, Client Services Director and former Managing Director at KPMG, Microsoft Business Solutions Malta, is marking his last day of work at the company, “after nearly 22 life changing years.”

Sharing the news on social media, Mr Bonello describes his time at KPMG, Microsoft Business Solutions Malta as “a wonderful experience” adding that it’s “not easy to say goodbye after so many years but it was time.”

KPMG’s Microsoft Business Solutions team (previously known as KPMG Crimsonwing) origins date back to 1996 when it first started providing professional services to clients, supporting with the design, delivery and support of compelling solutions to help with their business opportunities and challenges. Mr Bonello joined in 1999 as Project Team Lead.

Revealing that it is now “time to take a break to recharge and mull over what’s next”, the Client Services Director goes on to thank all those he has shared his 22-year journey with. “Over the years, I have been blessed with the opportunity to work with so many fantastic KPMG colleagues in Malta and beyond, amazing clients and partners – friends who I will cherish forever.”

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