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Three new Directors for KPMG

Three new Directors for KPMG

Wednesday 26 October 2022

Three new Directors for KPMG

Wednesday 26 October 2022


KPMG has appointed three new Directors after a round of promotions across its offices in the Crown Dependencies.

Matthew Stubbington in Guernsey; and Jeffery Parongan and Admire Muranganwa in Jersey respectively were all promoted to Director this month.

Mr Stubbington (pictured above) joined KPMG as a school leaver in 2011 on a three-year training contract, during which he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. From then he has progressed his career with the firm, including a two-year secondment to KPMG in Hong Kong.

Since returning to the island in 2020, Mr Stubbington has focused on servicing audit clients in the asset management sector, including traditional funds and alternative funds, such as debt funds, private equity funds, venture funds and fund of hedge funds.

Both Mr Parongan and Mr Muranganwa also joined KPMG in 2011. Mr Parongan joined the Jersey office where he specialises in the audit of private equity funds while Mr Muranganwa‌ initially joined the Guernsey office, before moving to Jersey in 2015 where he has continued to specialise in Asset Management clients.

Emilie Vermeulen KPMG

Pictured: Emilie Vermeulen.

Congratulations also go to Emilie Vermeulen, who was promoted to Audit Director earlier this year having joined KPMG in 2007 and gained over 15 years’ experience in providing audit and other assurance services.

Dermot Dempsey, Head of Audit at KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, welcomed all of the appointments.

“These promotions reflect continued strong growth in our audit services across all financial service sectors. I am delighted to see Matt, Emilie, Jeff and Admire come through as Audit Directors, each having played a key role in that growth. Our continual drive on the highest client service experience, audit quality at the core of everything we do and innovation in how we do it gives us confidence of further success into the future.”

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