When Ellett was made an equity partner for tax and pensions at KPMG in 2012, she became the youngest of 500 UK partners, the first female among 21 pensions partners and the first person in the firm's pensions practice to have gone straight from graduate recruit to equity partner. A career highlight was pioneering KPMG's £6m mid-market pensions practice.
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