Roy McTaggart, managing partner of KPMG, has retired from his role after nearly 30 years. KPMG commemorated his contributions to the firm and appointed Kevin Lloyd as his successor last month.
McTaggart joined KPMG as a managing partner of it’s division in the Cayman Islands in 1985. He was promoted to the role of managing director in 2000 and held that position for the remainder of his career.
McTaggart is enjoying his retirement. However, he is also missed by many of his colleagues at KPMG Cayman Islands. McTaggart played an instrumental role in helping KPMG grow to the largest auditing firm in the Grand Cayman island. KPMG also received two awards for its commitment to its employees. The firm was recognized as the top employer in the Cayman Islands.
Kevin Lloyd praised McTaggart’s contributions to KPMG when he succeeded him on November 30. Lloyd said that McTaggart helped the firm survive some of the most difficult economic periods and branded KPMG as one of the leading business in the Cayman Islands. He said that KPMG would miss McTaggart and wish him the best in his retirement.
Lloyd was honored that KPMG chose to appoint him as McTaggart’s successor. His colleagues expect that his work will also benefit KPMG and the surrounding communities throughout the Cayman Islands.