PracticeAccounting FirmsChange of guard at KPMG’s consumer practice

Change of guard at KPMG's consumer practice

KPMG has secured Pat Dolan to head its consumer markets practice

KPMG
has secured Pat Dolan to head the firm’s consumer markets practice and
become US sector leader – food, drink and consumer goods.

Dolan, who started his career with Arthur Andersen 30 years ago, will be
based in Chicago to lead the firm’s consumer markets line of business,
strengthening the firm’s brand, and working with KPMG partners and professionals
across the US.

Bruce Piller, managing partner of KPMG’s Chicago office, said Dolan was a
recognised leader in serving consumer markets businesses.

Dolan was a senior vice president at BearingPoint where he created and
managed a middle market consumer and industrial markets segment. Most recently,
he held the position of corporate vice president of operations at a privately
held distribution company in Chicago.

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