Chicago-based IPA 100 firm RSM US LLP (FY22 net revenue of $3.31 billion) has named John Brackett as its new chief risk officer. He succeeds Bruce Jorth, who served in the role for 14 years.
Brackett most recently served as the national leader of RSM’s risk consulting practice – a team he was a part of since joining the firm 19 years ago – and he also serves in an advisory role for the firm’s enterprise risk management program. His experience spans developing and integrating strategic corporate planning initiatives for global clients, implementing enterprise risk management and corporate governance programs for global companies with complex business models, supporting clients in developing regulatory compliance programs and responding to regulatory compliance matters, and providing strategic coaching and training to boards of directors and audit committees.
“John’s combination of regulatory compliance and risk consulting experience makes him uniquely suited for this role,” says CEO and MP Brian Becker. “I am grateful to Bruce for his strong leadership, and I am confident John will build on that legacy as we continue to navigate an increasingly complex domestic and global risk environment.”