KPMG Luxembourg keeps the pace in its growth agenda by empowering and promoting their people


Geneviève Feyt
Press and Media Officer
KPMG in Luxembourg

To increase its market share and to strengthen its brand positioning, KPMG Luxembourg has recently appointed a record of 34 Partners and Managing Directors. This round of promotions includes 5 new Partners and 1 Managing Director taking up on new roles within the firm: 

From left to right: Daniela Konrad, Mirco Lehmann, Sabine Gallenmüller, Jean-Christophe Cabilin, Giovanna Giardina and Hocine Nadem.

Daniela Konrad, Managing Director in the AML Focus Group of KPMG in Luxembourg with more than 20 years of experience in audit and AML. She has gained extensive experience in improving AML controls and governance frameworks for financial institutions.

Mirco Lehmann, Audit Partner in the Asset Management department specializing in audit and assurance services for investment companies and fund structures. He has over 14 years of international audit experience in financial services, working for KPMG in Luxembourg, the US and Germany.

Sabine Gallenmüller, Audit Partner in the Alternative Investment Sector with 13 years of experience in audit and assurance services. Her focus is financial statement audit of regulated and unregulated investment funds in the real estate and asset management sector and other private asset

Jean-Christophe Cabilin, Advisory Partner and Head of the Regulatory & Risk services for the Asset Management & Alternative Investment industry. He has over 15 years’ experience in successfully helping ManCos & AIFMs in their Regulatory Risk mitigation and Business Transformation Programs.

Giovanna Giardina, Advisory Partner in the Risk Consulting practice. She has 22 years’ experience and focuses on assisting client’s internal control functions to achieve their desired level of compliance in the most efficient way.

Hocine Nadem, Audit Partner in the Private Equity Group, he has 12 years’ experience in Alternative Investments (private equity, microfinance and debts).

Furthermore, KPMG Luxembourg’s career path and leadership titles have been streamlined, effective as of October 2022. The change includes the removal of the Associate Partner’s level. In this context, KPMG is very proud to announce the appointment of 21 new Partners and 7 new Managing Directors in addition to the 6 newly promoted Partners/Managing Directors.

Additional new Partners

Dominique Abdallaoui, Thomas Adamkiewicz, Laurent Careme, Julie Castiaux, Sebastien Fourny, Alexandre Hector, Sophie Hustinx, Engin Irçag, Michael Jahke, Alexandre Jozwicki, Cedric Juillard, Muhammad Tahir Khan, Bertrand Levy, Gerard McCaul, Maria Anna Nonweiler, Michaela Saar, Francesco Sardella, Gaultier Saussine, Florent Thill, Francesco Vittori, Souleymane Yeo.

Additional new Managing Directors

Raluca Carp, Sandrine Degrève, Jean-Christophe Denis, Gabrielle Jaminon, Lana Khoury, Christina Mueller, Frederic Selleslagh.

With these promotions, the firm continues to consolidate its service offerings in some of the fastest growing sectors and expand its expertise range while relentlessly focusing on delivering results through innovation and an unwavering commitment to providing an exceptional client experience.

David Capocci, Managing Partner of KPMG in Luxembourg commented on these promotions: “I believe diverse teams better reflect the diverse nature of our clients’ businesses. This enables us to express different viewpoints and create well-rounded perspectives that drive innovative thinking. At KPMG we offer our people the opportunity to explore different career paths where they can each maximize their full potential. These newly appointed leaders have shown extraordinary talent and entrepreneurial spirit and are an inspiration for all. This is an achievement that they should be proud of and I am excited for them to take this new step in their KPMG journey.”

“In a rapidly changing business environment, we aim to create trusting relationships with our clients through the quality of our services, continued engagement and first-class support and advice.” Said Stanislas Chambourdon, Head of Sales and Markets: “We help them face new, unprecedented challenges and make bold and impactful decisions by empowering our people to bring their expertise and extensive experience in their respective sectors to the forefront. Today, we recognize and reward these new leaders for their outstanding service and leadership skills, and for always going above and beyond to find the best possible solutions for our clients.”

Promotions in 2022

KPMG is committed to having a strong people culture where every individual brings their unique talent, experience, and personality to the firm and are recognized for the impact they make. Our people are our most precious assets and, this year, so far, we saw a total of 874 people progressing to the next level in their careers across our Audit, Advisory, Tax and Business Services. “We are very proud of our People who’ve shown true dedication, resilience and professional agility towards our clients and people this year – congratulations to all on your way to professional success!” noted Géraldine Hassler, Head of People & Culture.