Emeritus Global Head of Asset Management, KPMG
Tom had been a Partner in KPMG’s Financial Sector Practice in London since 1999, having joined in 1987. He is the former KPMG Global and UK Head of Asset Management, being responsible for managing the Audit, Tax and Advisory business serving clients in the asset management and funds industry around the world.
As well as leading the asset management practice, Tom spent most of his time working with clients and is the client lead partner for a number of significant asset managers, hedge funds and pension funds. He also led advisory assignments including operational and process reviews as well as internal audits, transactions and listings.
Tom has been actively involved in the global regulatory change debate post the financial crisis and spearheaded KPMG’s successful focus on Alternative Investments. Tom is a regular speaker at industry conferences including acting as Chairman of FundForum International. He has authored numerous thought leadership reports including “Transformative Change: How innovation and technology re-shaping an industry”, “Realizing Digital: Delivering wealth management in the digital era” and “Evolving Asset Management Regulation”.
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