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Robert Shanley


KPMG in the UK

Audit Centres of Excellence

Bob joined KPMG US in Phoenix, Arizona in 2003 after having been an audit partner with another Global Accounting Firm for almost 20 years.His experience includes audit signing partner for public and private companies and SEC reviewing partner responsibilities for public companies ranging in size and complexity from start-up operations to Fortune 100 corporations. Bob has served a number of companies in a variety of industries including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Avnet, Dial Henkel, Dish Networks, Echo Star Corporation, Hughes Satellite Corporation, Swift Transportation, Titan Corporation and US Airways.

Bob retired from KPMG in the US in June, 2016 and joined the KPMG UK Firm on October 1 to serve as a Filing Review Partner based in London. While with KPMG in the US, his clients included both domestic and international companies in a variety of industries including aerospace and defence, transportation, manufacturing, technology and hospitality.

Prior to joining KPMG, Bob was a Professional Practice Partner responsible for risk management matters as well as monitoring the resolution of technical issues for his prior Firm’s audit clients in the Southwest region of the US.

Bob has extensive experience in:-

  • Technical accounting and reporting, auditing matters and SEC filings
  • Serving clients that are transforming their businesses and systems
  • International business and accounting/reporting issues
  • Working with audit committees and managements of large public companies
Areas of expertise
Advisory Audit Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Services Internal audit Professional Services Professional and Business Services Regulatory Compliance Risk Consulting Risk Management Sustainability
Education and qualifications
  • BBA Degree St.Francis College(NY)

  • CPA licensed in Arizona, California, New York and Texas

  • Member, AICPA

  • Affiliate Member, ICAEW

  • Past Board Member, Association for Corporate Growth, Boys Hope Girls Hope, Children’s Hospital Foundation

  • Past Chair, USD School of Business Advisory Board

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