PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG appoints partner to UK operations strategy group

KPMG appoints partner to UK operations strategy group

Robert Browne will lead KPMG's commercial and strategic pricing capability

KPMG HAS APPOINTED commercial and strategic pricing specialist Robert Browne as a partner in its operations strategy group practice.

Browne joins KPMG after 12 years at Monitor Group, where he led the organisation’s European marketing and pricing team, and will lead KPMG’s commercial and strategic pricing capability.

Mona Bitar, partner and head of KPMG’s operations strategy group, said: “His appointment bolsters an already strong team and expands our capability to deliver wide-ranging projects that will bring our clients closer to their consumers.”

Prior to joining Monitor, Browne worked in the economics and strategy practice of A.T. Kearney. He has also worked for BT as an economist.

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