KPMG Taps New Head Of UK Hedge Funds Practice

Mar 24 2014 | 9:34am ET

KPMG has appointed tax partner Dan Roman to head its UK hedge funds practice.

Roman, who has led KPMG’s hedge fund tax practice in the UK for the past three years, takes over from Rob Mirsky, global head of hedge funds, who has relocated to New York from London.
 
Said Tom Brown, global head of investment management at KPMG, in a statement: “Hedge funds, and the alternatives industry more broadly, are priority sectors for our investment management practice. I am delighted to welcome Dan to this role and am confident that he – along with our global hedge fund leadership team—is well placed to help our clients succeed in today’s challenging environment.”
 
KPMG has 22 offices across the UK with approximately 11,500 partners and staff. 


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