Liam Walsh

Principal, Advisory, Healthcare and Life Sciences

KPMG in the U.S.

Liam is a Principal and the U.S. Healthcare and Life Sciences Line of Business Leader. He has extensive experience in solution areas such as Strategy and Governance, Strategic Sourcing, Global Process Re-engineering, Merger Integration, Business Unit Divestitures, and New Company Launch. His technology experience includes ERP, CRM, SFA, Business Intelligence, Collaboration and Knowledge Management solutions. Liam focuses on leveraging emerging technologies and best business practices to develop pragmatic strategies focused on generating business value.

  • Healthcare
  • Life Sciences
  • Strategy
  • Transformation
  • Liam holds an Honors degree in Business Finance and Economics from the University of East Anglia in the UK and achieved his certification with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

  • Worked with executive leadership of a leading Health insurer to develop an enterprise wide assessment and analysis framework to identify opportunities to leverage strategic sourcing to drive reduction in operating costs.

  • Worked with a leading medical device manufacturer to gather global requirements, design standardized processes and develop target solution architecture for its global services function.

  • Worked with finance leadership of a global healthcare corporation to develop a target operating model for global finance and a supporting implementation roadmap. Scope included strategy alignment, shared services design and technology enablement strategy.

  • Worked with a cross functional team from a leading global pharmaceutical company to design and implement a common process to design, develop, approve and launch advertising and promotional material content.

  • Performed a global outsourcing opportunity assessment for the IT organization of a leading medical device manufacturer. The assessment identified opportunities to reengineer their organization and processes to leverage more effective sourcing strategies and reduce IT operating costs by 30%.