Published: November 12, 2014
Advisory firm appoints four new partners in the Middle East.
Business advisory firm KPMG has appointed four new partners in the Middle East.
Ashish Dave re-joins the firm after six years working with private equity firm The Abraaj Group, where he was chief finance officer. He’s now a partner in KPMG’s transactions and restructuring department, as well as leading the firm’s work in the private equity and sovereign wealth funds sector.
Ghassan Qudah has been promoted to partner after working in the firm’s Lower Gulf practice for four years covering government, regulatory agencies, financial institutions, and transport and logistics work.
Greg Hughes was a founding member of KPMG’s capital markets group in London prior to joining the firm in the Middle East, where he’s now a partner.
Finally, Yusuf Hassan will head the accounting advisory services initiative for KPMG’s Lower Gulf practice. He’s been with the firm since 2005.