Murat Alsan

Chairman, Senior Partner

KPMG Türkiye

Murat Alsan has been carrying out the role of Chairman and CEO of KPMG Turkey, which is a professional firm delivering high quality service to its eligible clients. Murat’s first priority in this role has been to serve his country, society and all KPMG employees at a high level of dignity representing KPMG global values in local culture form. Murat has started to work at KPMG since 1995 and took a seat on KPMG Turkey’s Executive Board since 2007. During the years between 2009 and 2017, he led the Audit business as Head of Audit as well as Financial Sector at KPMG as Financial Services Leader until January 2017 when he took over the roles of Chairman and CEO of KPMG Turkey. Surely 10 years of management experience before 2017, contributed Murat in many perspectives particularly in excelling his leadership skills to grow KPMG Turkey’s business significantly while performing as the Chairman of KPMG Turkey. Murat Alsan, who closely follows the recent developments in banking, financial services, and technology sectors, is now a Member of the Board of Turkey Informatics Foundation, a Member of the Advisory Board of the Artificial Intelligence Platform of Turkey (AITR), a Member of the Steering Committee of the Blockchain Turkey Platform, and Head of the Manufacturing, Logistics and Transportation Working Group under the same platform. Besides his professional life Murat is fond of sports and awarded “Ironman” in 2019. He personally encourages social and sport clubs at KPMG Turkey participating in these organizations as well as volunteering projects in social responsibilities.

  • Audit
  • Middle East Technical University, Business Administration, 1995

  • Certified Public Accountant (SMMM) at Istanbul Association of Independent Accountants and Financial Experts.

  • Independent Audit Licence of Capital Markets Board of Turkey

  • Independent Audit Licence of Public Oversight, Accounting and Auditing Standards Authority of Turkey

  • Financial Services

  • Telecommunication