Structure and Governance

Structure and governance

The set-up and inner workings of KPMG Luxembourg

The set-up and inner workings of KPMG Luxembourg

Structure and Governance

KPMG is one of the leading providers of professional services in the Grand Duchy. These are the structures and decision-making bodies that shape the way we work. 

Legal structure

KPMG Luxembourg, Société coopérative is affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (‘KPMG International’), a legal entity which is formed under Swiss law. KPMG Luxembourg, Société coopérative is incorporated as a Luxembourg private limited liability cooperative company which is controlled by its partners. KPMG Luxembourg, Société coopérative operates as a registered audit firm in Luxembourg (‘Cabinet de révision agréé’).

Name

KPMG is the registered trademark of KPMG International and is the name by which the member firms of KPMG International are commonly known. The rights of member firms to use the KPMG name and marks are contained within agreements with KPMG International.

Governance structure

KPMG is the registered trademark of KPMG International and is the name by which the member firms of KPMG International are commonly known. The rights of member firms to use the KPMG name and marks are contained within agreements with KPMG International.

The key governance bodies for KPMG Luxembourg are the Executive Committee and the Supervisory Board.

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is composed of seven members, comprising a number of key national and functional leaders. The role of the Executive Committee is to implement the strategy of the firm within Luxembourg and deal with key Luxembourg operational issues.

Executive Committee Members

David Capocci, Managing Partner
Ravi Beegun, Chief Innovation Officer
Stanislas Chambourdon, Head of Sales and Markets
Yves Courtois, Head of Advisory
Sébastien Labbé, Head of Tax
Fabrice Leonardi, Chief Operating Officer
Petra Schreiner, Head of Audit



Supervisory board

The Supervisory Board comprises five members covering the different functions and sectors served by the firm. The Board’s main responsibilities are to:

  • Oversee the management of the firm by the Executive Committee
  • Act as a sounding board for the Executive Committee
  • Review the local partner remuneration process
  • Review the financial statements of the local firm at the year-end.

 

Supervisory Board Members

Zia Hossen - Chairman
Pierre Kreemer – Tax Partner
Pascale Leroy – Audit Partner
Frank Stoltz – Tax Partner
Thierry Ravasio – Head of Corporate and Public Sector

Global Code of Conduct

The KPMG Global Code of Conduct sets out our standards of ethical conduct. It applies to all KPMG partners and employees.