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KPMG: Global Chair, Media and Telecommunications
November 22, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Graeme Ross, a partner with the UK firm, serves as the global lead partner for several key clients in the telecommunications and media sectors and leads KPMG’s Global Markets group for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMA) region. A partner with KPMG for over 17 years, he is also a EMA region board member and has previously led KPMG’s technology, media and telecommunications practice for the UK and European member firms.
Ross was recently appointed as the Global Sector Chair of KPMG’s Media and Telecommunications practice.
“Graeme has an impressive track record in making clients’ business his top priority. With his deep knowledge of the telecoms and media sectors, as well as his broad experience with a number of very large multinational companies, clients can be assured that KPMG firms’ professionals will continue to bring fresh ideas together with our industry skills to help them achieve their business objectives,” Isabelle Allen, KPMG’s Global Head of Sales and Markets.
“With the continuing explosion of mobile devices and applications, as well as innovation, convergence and dramatic changes to business models in the sector, it is imperative that we remain relevant to clients’ agenda by continuing to bring new solutions and propositions which address the specific issues and business challenges they face,” said Mr. Ross.