KPMG India’s CEO wins second term
New Delhi: Global consultancy firm KPMG on Friday said its India subsidiary’s incumbent chief executive Richard Rekhy has been unanimously elected for a second term.
According to the company, the incumbent chief executive was unanimously elected by KPMG India Partners. Rekhy’s second term will last up to November 2020.
“The passion with which Richard has led the India firm is commendable. I am certain that under his leadership, KPMG in India will continue to grow at a fast pace and will play a crucial role in the network at large,” said John Scott, deputy chairman, KPMG International.
The company also said that it’s India subsidiary is the fastest growing member firm in the global KPMG network.
Currently, KPMG in India employs more than 10,000 professionals, operating across 14 cities.