25 October 2023
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM UK has appointed Ari Senders as partner to strengthen, lead and expand the firm’s forensic technology practice within consulting.
Based in RSM’s London office, Ari has over 20 years’ experience advising legal professionals, investigators and other business units on the strategic application of technology and analysis of unstructured data. He joins from Epiq, a global leader among alternative legal service providers and was previously a director at KPMG.
Ari will lead on RSM’s forensic technology team, with a focus on widening the firm’s technology offering and capabilities in the eDiscovery and unstructured data analytics space.
Ari has particular expertise in the financial services and legal industry, but has also worked across other industries including automotive, aerospace, telecoms and technology. He recently carried out a six-month secondment at Slaughter & May to support eDiscovery operations at the firm.
Ari Senders, partner at RSM UK, said: ‘Joining RSM is an exciting next step for me as we look to expand the forensic technology offering. I thrive on solving complex problems with the unique application of technology solutions, which I can bring to the firm for the benefit of our clients. Technology can be complex but also hugely beneficial, so it’s particularly rewarding helping clients understand how technology can assist in achieving their goals. I look forward to building upon the forensic technology practice so we can continue supporting middle market businesses successfully navigate this area.’
Kirsty Sandwell, head of consulting at RSM UK, said: ‘It’s great to have Ari as part of the consulting team. His deep expertise in eDiscovery and unstructured data analytics will be invaluable in broadening our offering and helping clients increase productivity, minimise costs and ultimately reach their desired outcome.’