The company has confirmed the appointment of Chief Executive Officer Ignatius Sehoole on Wednesday.
KPMG offices in Johannesburg. Image: kpmg.co.za
JOHANNESBURG – KPMG South Africa says she is convinced that Ignatius Sehoole will have an impact and will turn to a deployed audit firm.
The company has confirmed that she is appointed as CEO on Wednesday because she is trying to keep clients as a result of several political scandals.
Sehole, former deputy CEO of PwC's home unit, will take over Nhlamulo Dlomu, who resigned a year after being brought to restoration of the company's reputation.
KPMG Chairman Wiseman Nkuhlu says the appointment of Sehoole is part of an organization's transformation.
"Our culture of being busy transforming into a number of engagement processes ensures that they are under the leadership that will be an example of ethical behavior and quality processes. We are actually starting to stabilize and grow for another 12 to 13 months."
(Edited by Mihlali Ntsabo)