November 30, 2020

RSM Poaches Someone From Deloitte and Issues a Press Release, Part I

Welp, after 19 years of monotony working at Deloitte, Ryan Haggerty will now be doing the same ol’ tedious stuff at the Philly office of RSM US.

We’re just kidding, Ryan. You’re probably having much more fun being on Zoom calls for RSM than for Deloitte:

RSM US LLP has further strengthened its health care industry team with the appointment of Philadelphia-based Consulting Principal Ryan Haggerty, who joined the firm as the national leader for the healthcare internal audit, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk practice.

Haggerty brings more than 19 years of experience as a trusted leader and strategic advisor to the health care industry. He has spent the majority of his career working for a Big Four firm leading the development and delivery of high-quality internal audit, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk services for both health care provider and health plan organizations. He has extensive experience innovating, building and scaling successful health care risk consulting solutions and strategies that align with the emerging risks and opportunities facing the rapidly changing health care industry.

From the looks of this post on LinkedIn about a week ago, Haggerty couldn’t be more thrilled about having left D-town for RSM:

While it looks like Haggerty made a lateral move to RSM (he left Deloitte as a principal), at least he’ll never have to hear this song ever again.

[RSM US]

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