KPMG has hired Abhijit Rawal as a strategy partner with a specific focus on the wealth sector, as part of an what it said was an "ongoing investment in the firm’s advisory capabilities to help clients successfully manage the significant changes the wealth management sector faces."
Mr Rawal has over 13 years of global advisory and industry experience across strategy, business transformation, retail distribution and new customer propositions. He will work with colleagues from across KPMG’s advisory practices to help firms with their growth, deals and overall strategic and digital agenda.
Richard Clarke, UK head of wealth management, KPMG, says: “Demographic shifts, technological advancements and rapidly changing client expectations are driving unprecedented change in the wealth management sector. We are investing in our advisory capabilities to make sure we continue to offer our clients the best support at this exciting time. Abhijit brings with him extensive experience from the UK and global markets that our team and clients will benefit from.”
Providing audit, tax and advisory services, KPMG operates from 22 offices across the UK with approximately 14,500 partners and staff. The firm recorded a revenue of £2.2 billion in the year ended 20 September 2017.
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