PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG bolsters up its technology practice

KPMG bolsters up its technology practice

KPMG has bolstered up its technology practice with the appointment of Tudor Aw to head it

KPMG has appointed Tudor
Aw, a London-based partner who also leads KPMG’s digital services, to head the
technology division of its UK information, communication and entertainment
practice.

Aw, who joined KPMG in 1986 straight from university in Australia, has just
completed a four-year secondment in the US where he was based in Washington DC
and New York. He has extensive experience of global projects across the US, UK,
Germany, Antigua, Australia, France, Hong Kong and India, according to
Consultant-News.com.

He has more than 20 years of audit and consulting experience, working in the
converging technology, communications and media sectors. Aw’s main role has been
to assist clients manage risk, evaluate strategic opportunities and achieve
operational improvements.

‘These continue to be exciting times for the fast moving technology sector
with innovations continuing apace and new business models developing around
digital convergence,’ Aw said.

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