KPMG LLC has appointed 30-year technology industry veteran Harry Moseley to succeed the retiring Richard Anderson as chief information officer, effective Monday.
The firm said Moseley will work the firm’s management committee and business leaders on the technology platform including internal support and client-facing technology services.
He will also lead the information technology services group.
“Innovative information technology is inextricably linked to our firm’s continued leadership and growth, and so we are pleased to bring in a recognized leader in his field, ” said John Veihmeyer, KPMG’s chairman and CEO.
“Harry will play a critical role in advancing our development of a world-class technology platform that enhances our client service delivery and serves as a model for how we can help clients transform their own businesses, ” Veihmeyer said.
“Technology plays a crucial role in operational efficiency and client service, and I look forward to developing a roadmap for KPMG that allows us to achieve our business objectives and better serve our clients, ” Moseley said.
Before joining KPMG, Moseley served as CIO at investment and advisory firm The Blackstone Group, where he led the technology platform.
Prior to Blackstone, he served as executive vice president of technology for enterprise software firm Mantas, which focuses on compliance and anti-money laundering.
He also served as a managing director of IT for four years at Credit Suisse First Boston and managing director and chief technology officer for the Americas at The Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) for 14 years.