KPMG has named UK accountant Helen Spice as its new global CFO.
Spice, 44, becomes finance chief for KPMG International with immediate
She will report to Michael P. Wareing, CEO of KPMG International.
‘Helen Spice is uniquely qualified for the role of global CFO combining
excellent judgment and interpersonal skills with 23 years of relevant business
experience in the firm,’ said global chairman Timothy P. Flynn.
‘Helen started in KPMG’s UK firm, moved to a senior role in the EMA region,
and most recently worked at KPMG International where she worked as part of
international leadership to develop and implement global strategic initiatives.’
Spice will be relocating shortly to Toronto from London.
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