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KPMG pinches tax partner from rival big 4 firm


KPMG Enterprise has announced the appointment of a new lead tax partner in South Australia, who is due to commence on 17 July.

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Adrian Lanzilli, who has over 20 years’ experience in tax, advisory and compliance services, has been appointed as lead tax partner at KPMG South Australia.

Mr Lanzilli spent the last 13 years working at Deloitte as tax partner advising a broad range of clients, including the property and mining industries and has led a number of landmark M&A and cross-border transactions for clients.

His specialisations include private equity funds, large private and listed businesses, multi-national corporates, property and real estate, and mergers and acquisitions.

KPMG’s chairman of partners South Australia, Con Tragakis, said he was “delighted” Mr Lanzilli is joining KPMG.

“Not only is he highly respected in Adelaide, but he’s an acknowledged problem solver, a great team player and mentor, with a broad depth of expertise across tax, accounting and commercial issues,” Mr Tragakis said.

KPMG recently appointed 62 new partners for 2017/18, including Ben Wallace and Alex Demetriou in South Australia.



KPMG pinches tax partner from rival big 4 firm
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