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KPMG: New Managing Partner Of KPMG’s Chicago Office
June 20, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Effective July 1, 2012, Patrick Canning has been named managing partner of the Chicago Office of KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax, and advisory firm.
Prior to overseeing the firm’s Chicago Office, Canning was managing partner of the firm’s Boston Office. He has more than 30 years of experience providing audit services to many Fortune 1000 multinational companies in a variety of industries, including food, beverage and consumer products, retail and electronics manufacturing sectors. He joined KPMG in 1981 and was admitted to the partnership in 1990. He is also a member of the firm’s Emerging Business Opportunities Council.
Canning succeeds Phil Rohrbaugh who has served KPMG as Vice Chairman and Chicago Managing Partner for the past three years. His contributions include managing partner of the Philadelphia Office, serving as Vice Chair for Industries and Marketing, and a member of the firm’s Management and Operations Committee.
In addition to his experience serving global businesses, Canning also has significant experience working with venture capital and private equity firms and their portfolio companies. He recently led KPMG’s opening of a satellite office in Cambridge, Massachusetts solely dedicated to serving emerging technology and life science companies. “KPMG is committed to helping emerging companies grow and be successful,” said Canning. “Their success is vitally important to Chicago’s future.”