KPMG Canada has appointed former assistant
police commissioner Ian McPherson to as partner in Toronto.
McPherson will work throughout North America
with KPMG’s global centre of excellence for justice and security,
providing advice on public sector and government strategy
to KPMG’s clients in Canada and around the world.
In his previous role, McPherson led the
largest command in the Metropolitan Police Service. He was
responsible for developing a modernization program to reduce
inefficiencies and increase effectiveness while continuing to cut
crime in UK.
“Globally, governments spend approximately
$424b on law and order, with 50% of that going to policing. As
governments look to find great efficiencies and effectiveness,
Ian’s experience is a valuable asset to our Canadian clients,”
KPMG’s Canadian Managing Partner, Advisory Services Jeff Smith
KPMG’s Global Centre of Excellence for Justice
and Security provides market-leading advice and professional
services to clients from the firm’s top global authorities in the
justice and security sectors.