KPMG Names New Global Head of Advisory, Three New OMPs

Carl Carande

New York-based Big 4 firm KPMG LLP has named Carl Carande as its new global head of advisory services, one of the firm’s fastest growing areas. He succeeds Mark Goodburn, who led the practice for almost a decade.

Carande joined KPMG in early 2000 and has previously served as lead for the financial-services sector and national MP for advisory. Most recently, he was vice chair of advisory in the U.S., a role he will continue to hold.

“I am confident Carl will ensure that we continue to innovate to stay ahead of our clients’ needs and focus on the global issues that matter most to them,” says Goodburn.

Elsewhere, Sam Bennett has been named OMP for the firm’s Nashville and Knoxville, Tenn., offices, replacing James Powell in Nashville, who is taking over the OMP role in Minneapolis. Powell succeeds Tim Forstad, who retired at the end of September. In addition, Andrew Davidson has been named OMP of the St. Louis office, succeeding Karen Vangyia, who is moving to the firm’s national health care practice.

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