Tim Kramer

Director, Head of Special Situations Group

KPMG in Vietnam

Tim is a Director and Head of Special Situations Group at KPMG in Vietnam and Cambodia. He has 10 years of experience in advising private and public sector clients and their stakeholders on cost optimization, cash & working capital optimization, turnaround, financial restructuring and deal value creation projects across Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Tim specializes in leading cross-functional teams to identify and deliver tangible financial improvement opportunities across situations of underperformance, stress, distress and deals.

In Vietnam and Cambodia, Tim has supported national corporates, multinational corporations, state-owned entities, growth companies, private equity investors and sovereign wealth funds to identify and deliver EBITDA, cash & working capital and capital structure improvements. 

Tim champions the use of data & analytics in order to provide insights at the most granular level and deliver results at deal speed.

Tim’s sector experience includes aerospace & defense; business services; consumer markets (FMCG); energy & power; financial services; food & beverage (hospitality); industrial manufacturing; media; professional services; packaging; private equity; public sector & healthcare; retail; travel & leisure; technology; telecommunications; and utilities.

Tim is a member of KPMG’s ASPAC Restructuring Center of Excellence, responsible for continuously evolving and promoting our leading practice Restructuring and Turnaround methodology across the ASPAC region.

Before joining KPMG in Vietnam and Cambodia, Tim worked in KPMG UK’s Special Situations Group for 6 years, working on global financial performance improvement projects, often involving multiple geographies and workstreams.

  • BSc International Business Administration, RSM Erasmus University, Rotterdam

  • MSc Finance & Investments, RSM Erasmus University, Rotterdam

  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholder, CFA Institute

  • ACA Chartered Accountant, Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales