Georges Bock leaves KPMG after 27 years at the big four outfit
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Georges Bock, partner and head of tax at KPMG Luxembourg has announced that he will leave the firm at the end of this year. Sébastien Labbé has taken on his current role.
Georges Bock, former managing partner of KPMG, told Paperjam last Friday, that, “After 27 years in a large firm like KPMG, it is time for a change.” He added that there is also a lot that he will miss. “Especially working with young talent, who always inspire with their new ideas.”
As for the future, it is too early for Bock to reveal his plans. But he did say that he will remain active in the areas of digitalisation, technology and blockchain.
With effect from 1 June, Sébastien Labbé has been appointed head of tax and member of the KPMG management board.