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November 29, 2022

Promotion Watch ’22: KPMG Admits 186 to Partnership

Now that summer has turned to fall and Deloitte, PwC, and EY have all had their comp discussions with employees, released their global revenue numbers for 2022, and deified all of their new partners and principals, it is KPMG SEASON!

The firm with a Sept. 30 fiscal year-end has begun comp talks with Klynveldians (we’ll dive deep into the numbers next week), won’t release its 2022 global revenue results until December, but it did earlier this week release the names of its 186 newest rainmakers in the U.S. The new partner class for fiscal 2023 is larger than the classes for FY 2022 (170), FY 2021 (119), and FY 2020 (138).

Of the 186 new partners, 56 are women (according to our count). The business unit with the most new partners is advisory with 81, followed by tax with 55, audit with 41, department of professional practice with five, risk management with three, and front office transformation with one.

Here are the names of the 186 KPMGers who will be counted on to bring in the big bucks:

Advisory

  • Sam Abouzeid
  • K. Agrawal
  • May Boucherak
  • Aaron Bowden
  • Adam Brand
  • Rebecca Brokmeier
  • Brandon Bugg
  • Rahima Butler
  • Steve Carter
  • James Case
  • Swami Chandrasekaran
  • Hillary Cimock
  • Dan Click
  • Brian Consolvo
  • Kristine Coogan
  • Jaime S. Pego Curcio
  • Matt Dintelman
  • Rob Erfort
  • Marco Falzone
  • Mark Glaid
  • Jason Haward-Grau
  • Scott Huie
  • Garrett Hutson
  • Parth Jhaveri
  • Tim Jones
  • Dmitriy Kagan
  • Frank Kaiser
  • Andrew Kersse
  • Bindiya Khurana
  • James Koch
  • Michael T. Kokotajlo
  • Mike Krajecki
  • Brian LaHiff
  • Bala Lakshman
  • Michael Lalonde
  • David Leach
  • Catherine Lee
  • Jo Liaw-Hickey
  • Chris Lynch
  • Deepak Mathur
  • Annie McMillan
  • Rahul Mehta
  • John A. L. Milner
  • Joe Nave
  • Jay Nayak
  • Hugh Nguyen
  • Aila Pallera
  • Stephanie Petruzzi
  • Damian Plioplys
  • Chad M. Polen
  • David M. Pondillo
  • Michael Pricer
  • Michelle Quisenberry
  • Brian Radakovich
  • H. Sunder Ramakrishnan
  • Zeeshan Ramzan Ali Rehmani
  • Farah Remtulla
  • Philip Rolland
  • Nilotpal Roy
  • Brian Sain
  • Guillaume Sarfati
  • Lio Saucedo
  • Josh Scheumann
  • Jonathan Seastrom
  • Anand Sekhar
  • Allen Sheldon
  • Bryan Springer
  • Kelly Stephenson
  • Katherine Stilianesis
  • Cindy H. Tjoe
  • Matt R. Tobey
  • Rico Tribuzzi
  • Joseph P. Updegrove
  • Rahul Wagh
  • Meg Wheaton
  • John K. Wilmarth
  • Julia Wilson
  • Christopher S. Worth
  • Toby Yu
  • A.J. Zang
  • William F. Zizic

Audit

  • Kweku Bankah
  • Candace Beyer
  • Alex Cadet
  • Vincent Calabrese
  • Shirley Choy
  • Sheetal K. Daftary
  • Jason L. Danielson
  • Erin Frazier
  • Lindsey Freeman
  • Camille Fremont
  • David Hermann
  • Ed Hollywood
  • Erin N. Huston
  • Yusuke Imai
  • Manish Jain
  • Allan Juwonoputro
  • Aaron Kline
  • Jason Levitt
  • Patrick S. Mallott
  • John Maloney
  • Gretchen McGuire
  • Leo Miranda
  • Matt Monahan
  • Britta Mondi
  • Noah Moravec
  • Jim O’Meara
  • Sarah B. Opfer
  • Elizabeth Papay
  • Lindsay Phillips
  • Donatas Rackauskas
  • Michelle Ross
  • Robert Rutford
  • Kimberly Shultz
  • Suzanne St. George
  • Christine M. St. Hilaire
  • Carolyn Sted
  • Randy Strait
  • Brett Thompson
  • Mary Irene Tripp
  • Ryan W. Weidner
  • James N. Williams

Department of Professional Practice

  • Lisa Blackburn
  • Heidi (Emde) Williams
  • Moire Hirschhorn
  • Carlos R. Martinez
  • Justin Stone

Front Office Transformation

  • Priya Emmanuel

Risk Management

  • Richard F. Hull
  • Steven Y. Owyoung
  • Amanda Spikes

Tax

  • Mohammad (Moe) Abdeljalil
  • Rupali Amin
  • Matthew Ams
  • Christopher Armstrong
  • Joel A. Blamey
  • Raj Bodapati
  • Joseph Bruckner
  • Sarah Bumpers
  • Vince Ceccacci
  • Katy Chapman
  • Sam Chen
  • Brian Wonil Choi
  • John DePaola
  • Tooca K. Fardanesh
  • Robert Ford
  • Joe Friese
  • Jeremy Gray
  • Amanda Haffey
  • Steve Herlocker
  • Stefanie Humphrey
  • Matt Jones
  • Jack Karagulleyan
  • Andrew Joseph Keller
  • Jae H. Kim
  • William S. King
  • Robert Kolakowski
  • Chris J. Kopel
  • Paul Kraut
  • Jeffrey Kung
  • Peng Li
  • Michael A. Liapakis
  • Catherine Maldari
  • Taylor Mallard
  • Jonathan Mayer
  • Pat McIntyre
  • Michael McMahon
  • John Modzelewski
  • Tyler Orlowski
  • Jeana B. Parker
  • Nick Patras
  • Sarah Perry
  • Kristin Ridgway
  • Lauren Rosa Sangaline
  • Christopher Schulman
  • Bill Sheridan
  • John Skei
  • Adam Smith
  • Michael Spencer
  • Arto Suren
  • Bela Unell
  • Koen Vredeveld
  • Chen Wei
  • Kelli Wooten
  • Vessie Yondova
  • Christopher Zibert

Congrats to all the new partners at the House of Knopp!

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2 Comments

  1. Just because the person has a female name doesn’t mean that the person identifies as a woman (cisgender female). You need to dig deeper. KPMG is part of the Big 4 and you should know better.

    >>Of the 186 new partners, 56 are women (according to our count).<<

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