KPMG has announced the appointments of Dean Brown as a partner and Shelley Doorey-Williams as an associate partner in its market leading wealth and asset management practice.
Brown will support the growth of KPMG’s technology enablement capability while Shelley will advise on the transformation agendas of the firm’s wealth clients.
According to the firm, Brown has over 25 years’ experience in the asset management industry and joins from EY where he led their wealth and asset management technology capability both in the UK and across Europe.
Brown has worked with many of the world’s largest asset management firms, helping their boards deliver global transformation programmes, including target operating model design, cost reduction, post-merger integration, as well as leading multiple implementations of investment platforms.
The firm said Doorey-Williams has over 30 years experience in business management and corporate governance, half of which were within the wealth management sector as a managing director at UBS.
Doorey-Williams also worked for Sionic, the global consultancy firm, where she was shortlisted for the 2021 City Wealth Woman of the Year Award for her work on governance and diversity.
Ben Lucas, head of wealth and asset management consulting at KPMG, said: “Dean and Shelley’s appointments are a huge boost to our growing Wealth and Asset Management team. They both bring an enormous amount of expertise and insight which our clients and colleagues will find highly beneficial.”