KPMG promoted seven members of the firm as partners in its management consulting business.
Caroline Leong has been with KPMG since 2018, when she joined Sydney as head of the firm’s Operations Advisory team. She focuses on clients in the financial services industry and specializes in the life and general insurance segments.
Jamie Burns is a member of KPMG’s Technology Advisory Division, based in Canberra. Has worked with the consulting firm since 2010, advising government clients in the areas of ICT strategy and governance.
Lisa Jenkinson leads KPMG’s Data and Cloud practice in Queensland. She has been with the firm since 2013, after working at Deloitte. She is based in Brisbane.
Rayan Stephan joined the company’s Technology Enablement team in Sydney in 2015 after more than a decade at Capgemini, and now leads the company’s Powered Evolution Managed Services offering.
A member of KPMG’s People & Change practice, Sheila Mistry joined KPMG just before the onset of Covid-19, having spent the previous fifteen years between EY and Capgemini.
Tamara Price has become a partner in KPMG’s Melbourne-based business transformation team with a focus on people and change. She joined the firm for a second stint in 2010.
Theo Efthymiou is the Head of Data and Cloud for KPMG’s Financial Services practice in Australia. He joined the firm in its Melbourne office early last year after more than a decade at NAB.
In its last fiscal year, KPMG welcomed a record number of more than 120 new partners, the majority of which serve the rapidly growing management consulting division. The professional services firm – recently recognized as one of Australia’s top consultancies across a range of advisory services – now has over 660 partners across the country.