The partners of KPMG Switzerland have nominated Stefan Pfister for another four-year term as CEO.
At their spring meeting, the partners of KPMG Switzerland confirmed Stefan Pfister as CEO and nominated him for a second term of four years. Their decision comes as an acknowledgement of the firm’s positive development over the past four years. Since Stefan Pfister first took up his post as CEO in 2014, KPMG Switzerland has successfully implemented its corporate strategy and continuously increased revenues. Net revenues rose from CHF 388 million to CHF 424 million (+9.2%) during this period with gross revenues up from CHF 497 million to CHF 555 million (+11.6%).
Stefan Pfister launched several key technology initiatives, health initiatives and sponsorship arrangements within the firm. Some of these include a comprehensive digital business strategy, the “Stay healthy – Move for charity” heath initiative under the auspices of Olympic gold medalist Nicola Spirig as well as strategic partnerships with digitalswitzerland and the Crypto Valley Association.
Stefan Pfister has been one of Switzerland’s ten most influential CEOs on social media for several years. “CEO Outlook”, a global study that examines the key challenges and expectations of more than 1,300 CEOs, is an annual publication issued by KPMG Switzerland in his name. Stefan Pfister is also strongly committed to ensuring Switzerland’s viability as a business location for the future and is a member of the management boards of both digitalswitzerland and economiesuisse, the umbrella organization representing the Swiss economy.
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