David Turner has been appointed chief
financial officer at KPMG in the US, effective 1 August.

Turner succeeds Larry Laughman, who is
retiring after 35 years of service with the firm.

In his role, Turner’s will be responsible for
leading the staff across KPMG finance and accounting as well as
overseeing operation services, procurement and real estate.

KPMG said Turner will also advise the senior
leadership on all aspects of the firm’s investment and business

Prior to joining KPMG, Turner spent the
majority of his career at Thomson Reuters where he served as
executive vice-president.

“David is a proven leader with a consistent
track record of driving business and financial operations, and
building organic and inorganic revenue growth while simultaneously
driving significant margin improvement,” KPMG chair and chief
executive John Veihmeyer said.