KPMG appoints legal director

By Tom Lodewyke|27 February 2017

KPMG Law has recruited a new director with diverse international experience.

The Big Four accounting firm has announced Jamie Levy (pictured) as a director of KPMG Law. Prior to the appointment, Mr Levy was general counsel of Mubadala Development Company in the United Arab Emirates.

He has also worked in the London office of a leading New York-headquartered firm, specialising in private equity fund formation. Mr Levy’s experience includes aerospace, defence, technology and healthcare.

In his new role, he will “work with KPMG clients to execute corporate and investment transactions, focusing on industry and funds and will advise on a range of regulatory and corporate governance issues,” according to a statement from the firm.

“We are delighted to have a lawyer of Jamie’s calibre join our team. He is a senior transactional  lawyer and business adviser with significant experience in acting for private equity funds and advising on large and complex cross-border M&A deals,” said David Morris, national partner in charge of KPMG Law.

Mr Levy’s appointment reflects KPMG’s commitment to growing its legal services division.

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