KPMG promotes 42 to partner in US advisory business

20 October 2020 Consulting.us

KPMG US has promoted 42 team member to partner-level in its advisory services division. The Big Four firm promoted a total of 119 people to partner across its audit, tax, and advisory service lines for the partner class of fiscal year 2021.

KPMG provides a full suite of advisory services, including offerings in corporate strategy and M&A, operations, risk and compliance, data and analytics, digital transformation, technology, and people and change.

Globally, KPMG’s advisory division brings in 40% of its approximately $30 billion in annual fees. Audit brings in nearly as much (38%), while tax services represent 22% of revenue. The advisory services division has been seeing solid growth in recent years, posting 7.9% growth in 2019 year-over-year compared to audit’s 3.7% growth, as clients have been upping their demand for digital transformation and technology services in particular.

KPMG US is the largest member firm in KPMG International, accounting for approximately a third of global revenue. The American firm has approximately 35,000 employees in 100+ offices across all 50 states.

The new US advisory partners for the class of FY21 are:

  • Patricia Alonso de la Fuente
  • Evan Bartell
  • Brett D. Benner
  • Frederick Betz
  • Teresa Blake  
  • Mark J. Brennan  
  • Manfred Caranci  
  • Aileen Chan  
  • Anser Chaudhary  
  • Omer Chaudhary  
  • Richard Chen  
  • Michael A. Clubine
  • Greg Corlis  
  • Nina Currigan  
  • Nathan Gabig  
  • Jason D. Galloway  
  • Seong-Kwan Hong  
  • Richard Isola  
  • Timothy S. Jakubowski  
  • Thomas Humbert  
  • Bhargavi Kosaraju  
  • Gary Landis
  • Sarmed A. Malik  
  • Mike Mather  
  • Brent D. McDaniel  
  • Chris McDonald  
  • Kannan Nadar  
  • Ursula F. Nigrelli  
  • Binoy Palakkal  
  • Terri Peterfeso
  • Scott Purdy  
  • Arun M. Rajappa
  • Lokesh Ramani  
  • Regine Ross 
  • Leila Shin  
  • Ross Stallings  
  • David J. Tarabocchia  
  • Jessica Thompson  
  • Daisy Tung  
  • Rey Villanueva  
  • Dave Wolf  
  • Joseph D. Yusz  

“Each of these talented professionals has demonstrated exceptional professional excellence and expertise within their respective fields, helping our firm achieve growth and success in the marketplace,” CEO Paul Knopp said of the new partner class in a post on LinkedIn. “Just as importantly, they are known for their integrity and living KPMG’s values, holding themselves and others to the highest standards while fostering an environment of collaboration and innovation.”


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