Philippe Fleury promoted to head KPMG’s Geneva office

KPMG appointed Philippe Fleury to take over as the new head of its Geneva office on October 1st.

KPMG appointed Philippe Fleury to take over as the new head of its Geneva office on October 1st.


Fleury’s practice focuses on investigating fraud and financial crime. He advises both international and Swiss clients on compliance issues, providing litigation support and aid in their efforts to combat money laundering.   

Prior to joining KPMG in 2007 as its forensic manager for western Switzerland, he worked as departmental head and member of the executive board of the Swiss anti-money-laundering supervisory authority in Bern. Attorney-at-law Philippe Fleury has an executive MBA from the renowned IE Business School in Madrid.  

Fleury succeeds Yvan Mermod, who led KPMG’s activities in the Geneva region for the past ten years.  

KPMG has around 230 employees from 27 nations Geneva who provide audit, tax, legal and advisory services. 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Ramata Diallo

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