Kevin Zubor joins Grant Thornton as CFO

23 March 2022 1 min. read
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Kevin Zubor, an experienced finance and accounting executive, has joined Grant Thornton US as chief financial officer.

Zubor, who has nearly 30 years of experience, succeeds interim CFO Jim Peko, who will continue to serve as the firm’s chief operating officer.

Zubor brings extensive expertise leading finance functions and advising on financial planning and analysis, forecasting, auditing, and mergers and acquisitions.

He joins Grant Thornton from Katten Muchin Rosenman, a global law firm with nearly 700 attorneys, where he spent the last eight years as CFO and oversaw a finance function with a team of approximately 60 people. Prior to that Zubor spent 16 years at commercial real estate services firm JLL, latterly serving as chief accounting officer for the Americas. In the role, he oversaw accounting and financial reporting for a $2 billion region and led a finance organization with 300+ employees.Kevin Zubor joins Grant Thornton as CFOZubor has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Iowa and is a certified public accountant.

“Kevin’s keen, analytical eye and in-depth understanding of the professional-services industry will greatly benefit both our people and our clients,” said Brad Preber, CEO of Grant Thornton. “The role of CFO requires more innovation and creativity from leaders than ever before, and that’s why we’re so pleased that Kevin is joining our firm. He has the experience and skills needed to help Grant Thornton continuously thrive.”

Grant Thornton has approximately 8,500 people across 50+ US offices providing audit, tax, and consulting services to mid-market clients. The firm’s revenue increased by 2.6% to $1.97 billion in FY 2021.

Grant Thornton in September named Seth Siegel as CEO-elect and Rashada Whitehead as DEI leader. Seigel will officially take on the CEO role on August 1, 2022.