KPMG has appointed Stephen Chase as the new Management Consulting Leader of its Advisory Practice in the US. Chase has more than two decades of experience in the sector and has been promoted from his latest role as Principal at the Advisory Practice.
Stephen Chase brings more than 20 years of management consulting and technology experience to his new role as the as Management Consulting Leader of KPMG US’ Advisory Practice, most recently as Principal in KPMG’s Advisory Practice, where he led the Management Consulting Technology services and Technology Enablement service network. Prior to this, Chase worked as Vice President Wireless and Cable at BearingPoint for almost ten years, from 1994 to 2004, during which he also acted as Partner at KPMG Consulting between 1999 and 2002. During his two decades of experience, he focused primarily on driving technology-enabled business transformation in technology, retail, finance, supply chain and other sectors. Chase has an MBA in Operations Management from the University of Texas and BA in Economics and Philosophy from the College of William and Mary.
Chase succeeds Stephen Lis, who is leaving the consulting firm as part of a long-planned succession transition. “Steve Chase brings unique insights on technology and an outstanding track record of capitalizing on marketplace disruptions that consistently helps our clients succeed. These traits make him ideally suited to assume this important leadership role in this crucial part of our Advisory business,” says Lynne Doughtie, Vice Chair Advisory at KPMG.