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KPMG Luxembourg nomme 19 nouveaux partners



Depuis le 1er octobre, KPMG Luxembourg compte 19 nouveaux partners. Le cabinet a en effet annoncé une nouvelle vague de promotions au sein de ses services.

Ces promotions internes au rang de partner concernent Muhammad Azeem (partner, Real Estate Audit), Alessandro Raone (partner, Real Estate Audit), Vishalinee Seeparsad (partner, private Equity Audit), Excee Tan (partner, Alternative Investments Audit), Ruslan Tumanshin (partner, Banking & Insurance Audit), Michael Ayachi (partner Tax, Commerce & Industry), Benjamin Brugerolle (partner Tax, Alternative Investments), Jean Kizito (partner Tax, Financial Services), Daniel Rech (partner Tax, Financial Services), Laureen Tardy (partner Tax, Transfer Pricing), Giovanni Daniele Arcidiaco (advisory partner, Deal Advisory), Anne Desfossez (advisory partner, Public Sector Management Consulting), Nicolas Fedenko (advisory partner, Management & Regulatory Consulting), Sébastien Leleu (advisory partner, Management & Regulatory Consulting), Caroline Libeau (advisory partner, Investment Services), Jérôme Luxembourger (advisory partner, Corporate & Accounting Services), Olivier Rodick (advisory managing director, Corporate & Accounting Services), Gustavo Rodrigues (advisory partner, AM & AI Management Consulting) et Clément Welter (advisory partner, Investment Services).

Outre ces promotions au rang de partners, le Big Four, dont le siège est situé au Kirchberg, a fait part de la nomination de huit nouveaux associate partners: Dominique Abdallaoui (associate partner, Audit C&I/PS), Alexandre Hector (associate partner, Private Equity Audit), Engin Ircag (associate partner, International Asset Management Audit), Michaela Saar (associate partner, German Asset Management Audit), Francesco Vittori (advisory associate partner, Risk Services), Julie Castiaux (advisory associate partner, AM & AI Management Consulting), Abhishek Dawar (advisory associate partner, Forensic & AML) et Christina Mueller (advisory associate partner, Deal Advisory).

En 2021, 465 collaborateurs de KPMG Luxembourg ont bénéficié d’une promotion, a précisé l’entreprise dans un communiqué. Le cabinet comptait, en janvier, environ 1.750 salariés selon les données du Statec présentes dans son classement annuel des plus gros employeurs du Grand-Duché .