Big Four

KPMG Luxembourg appoints 19 new partners

As of 1 October, KPMG Luxembourg has 19 new partners. The firm has announced a wave of promotions within its departments.

The internal promotions to partner include Muhammad Azeem (partner, Real Estate Audit), Alessandro Raone (partner, Real Estate Audit), Vishalinee Seeparsad (partner, Private Equity Audit), Excee Tan (partner, Alternative Investments Audit) and 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) and Clément Welter (advisory partner, Investment Services).

In addition to these promotions to partner, the Kirchberg-based Big Four firm has announced the appointment of eight new associate partners: Dominique Abdallaoui (associate partner, C&I/PS Audit), 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) and Christina Mueller (advisory associate partner, Deal Advisory).

In 2021, 465 employees at KPMG Luxembourg were promoted, the company said in a statement. The firm had around 1,750 employees in January, according to data from Statec in its annual ranking of the largest employers in the Grand Duchy.

This story was first published in French on Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.