New roles for five at KPMG in Bermuda
Five individuals at KPMG in Bermuda are to take on new roles.
Felicia Wilsen, Sarah Robey and Anam Khan have been appointed partners at the firm, effective October 1.
The firm said the appointments of Ms Robey and Ms Khan were subject to immigration approval.
In addition, Adam Smith has been named head of advisory and sector lead for insurance and Steve Woodward will be taking on the role of head of people.
James Berry, chief executive officer, said: “We are thrilled to recognise the outstanding achievements of Felicia, Sarah and Anam.
“They bring expertise from each area of our business, adding great breadth and depth to our leadership team.
“As they advance in their careers, the entire KPMG family extends heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for their continued success.”
The firm said that Ms Wilsen had extensive experience in leading audit engagements for both local and international clients. She joined KPMG in South Africa in 2004 and came to Bermuda in 2007.
KPMG said Ms Robey, with 15 years of public accounting experience in the US and Bermuda, had established herself as a senior leader in the firm’s US tax team.
Ms Khan joined KPMG in 2018, having previously worked in London. Following a 14-year career in the insurance sector, she leads KPMG’s actuarial and management consulting teams in Bermuda.
KPMG said Mr Smith, who had been with the firm for 15 years, had deep knowledge of the Bermuda reinsurance market, leading many of its largest engagements as well as growing its market-leading ILS practice.
He replaces Mark Allitt, who is leaving the firm to join Teneo.
Mr Berry said: “I am delighted to announce Adam’s appointment as head of advisory and sector lead for insurance. His deep experience and relationships in the Bermuda market will ensure the firm continues to serve the re/insurance sector with the highest quality and expertise.
“I would also like to thank Mark for his many years of service and wish him well as he rejoins his former colleagues having guided our advisory team through the transitional period following the disposal of our restructuring practice to Teneo.”
KPMG said Mr Woodward had been with the firm for 17 years and been actively involved in driving its people strategy.