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KPMG Romania makes three new appointments

KPMG Romania announced a trio of new appointments with effect from 1 October 2016, as Rene Schob joins the firm as Partner and Tracey Walker and Ionut Mastacaneanu are promoted to Directors.

2016-10-05 10:29:19

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With more than 17 years of experience, out of which nine as managing partner of other international consultancy firms in Romania, Rene Schob, Partner, Taxation Services joins the KPMG as a partner specialized in providing coordinated assistance to clients, with a focus on large and medium privately owned businesses. In his new role, one of his objectives would be leading and developing the KPMG German desk capabilities.

Tracey Walker, director, Forensic Services has more than a decade of forensic experience obtained whilst working across the globe, including in Romania, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia, South Africa, and the United States. She covers both local and global markets, having worked in Central and Eastern Europe for a number of years. With 18 years of experience across various accounting, auditing, tax and academic environments, a chartered accountant and a published Author and Editor in these fields, Tracey Walker has specialist knowledge of Fraud Investigation and Fraud Risk Management.

Ionut Mastacaneanu, director, Tax Services, began his career in KPMG 12 years ago and he leads the financial services tax practice of the firm, working with a group of more than 15 professionals, specializing in fiscal aspects of financial transactions.

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services, which operates in 155 countries. KPMG in Romania and Moldova operates from six offices located in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi, Timisoara and Chisinau.



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