Global Chair, Government, Infrastructure & Healthcare
KPMG LLP (UK)
Nick is the Global Chair of KPMG’s Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare line of business. He is a partner in KPMG Corporate Finance and sits on its global leadership team. Nick grew up in the UK, Hong Kong and Japan, graduated from Oxford University, and undertook an internship with the US Senate before joining KPMG in 1990. He qualified as a chartered accountant, working with clients such as the BBC, Maersk, Kier and Trafalgar House. In 1995, he was seconded to 3i to work with the UK Government. In 1996, he joined KPMG’s infrastructure team and worked on numerous PPPs and concessions with public and private sector clients across the UK and Europe, principally in road and rail, while supporting the growth of a global network. He ran the UK team from 2004 and then devoted considerable time to developing new businesses in the United States and Middle East. He became KPMG’s first head of global infrastructure in 2008, and has overseen a period of considerable growth worldwide since then – its activities now span more than 130 countries. Government and Infrastructure, and Healthcare, are strategic priorities of KPMG globally, and Nick is responsible for their oversight.
MA (Oxford University)
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales