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KPMG Appoints Harry Moseley New CIO
December 13, 2012
By Michael Foster, Big4.com Blogger
KPMG has appointed Harry Moseley as the firm’s newest Chief Information Officer, effective December 17th.
Previously, Moseley had been the CIO of The Blackstone Group, an investment and advisory firm, where he oversaw the firm’s technology platform across its operations. Prior to that, Moseley was the Vice President of Technology for Mantas, a firm specializing in anti-money laundering software solutions as well as five years as Managing Director of IT at Credit Suisse in Boston and fourteen years at UBS.
According to KPMG Vice Chair of Operations Shaun Kelly, Moseley offers expertise in utilizing technology to add value to firms. “Throughout his career, he has consistently demonstrated how information technology can deliver business value. His knowledge and expertise will serve our firm and our clients well,” said Kelly.
His predecessor, Richard Anderson, will be retiring from the firm, KPMG said in a statement. Anderson had been the firm’s CIO since January 2009 after serving as the Vice President of Strategy and Applied Research at AT&T beginning in 1995, where he coordinated the firm’s IT services and worked to develop AT&T Labs and AT&T Solutions, the firm’s consulting and outsourcing arm.