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Complaints about KMPG add to growing concerns around government reliance on consultancy firms

RMIT University < 1 mins read

Experts from RMIT are available to comment on the most recent warnings about government use of consulting firms that continue to present management and financial risks. 


Topics:corporate governance, consultancy services, conflict of interest, and unethical practices 

Dr Angel Zhong, Associate Professor, Finance  

Dr Angel Zhong is a finance academic who specialises in empirical asset pricing, digital finance, global financial markets, investor behaviour and the recent trends in retail investing.  


Topics: finance ethics, malpractice, consultancy firms, whistle blowers 

Dr My Nguyen, Senior Lecturer, Finance 

Dr My Nguyen is a Senior Lecturer in Finance who specialises in empirical corporate finance, banking, sustainable finance, and digital financial services. 


Topics: Big 4, government contracts, mismanagement, unethical practice 

Mayowa Babalola, Professor, Management   

Mayowa Babalola is a Professor of Management and internationally recognised expert in leadership and business ethics. His research program revolves around understanding how to make organisations behave more responsibly and build a more productive, ethical, and sustainable workforce.   

Contact details:



Dr Angel Zhong, 0433 810 413,  


Dr My Nguyen, 0404 577 999,  


Mayowa Babalola, 0452 219 263,     


General media enquiries: RMIT External Affairs and Media, 0439 704 077 or

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