Adam Gee, who was until recently the chief executive of SuperRatings, has rejoined KPMG as the consulting firm’s superannuation advisory partner.
KPMG has recruited former SuperRatings chief executive officer Adam Gee as its new superannuation advisory partner.
SuperRatings announced Mr Gee’s departure and decision to return to KPMG in June.
Mr Gee has also brought SuperRatings general manager for superannuation Wendy Tse with him to KPMG. Ms Tse will join Adam Balsamo as a new associate director in KPMG’s superannuation advisory practice.
Ms Tse will be responsible for the “provision of a range of superannuation and wealth advisory engagements, including strategy development and implementation, service provider tenders, compliance and risk management services, corporate super reviews and benchmarking exercises”, according to KPMG.
Mr Balsamo, who joins from Prudential Financial in the US, will work with KPMG’s clients to “address product innovation, particularly in the retirement income and insurance space as well as maintaining a focus on financial advice, benchmarking and member engagement strategies”.
Commenting on the new appointments, Mr Gee said: “We are delighted to continue to build our superannuation practice with the appointment of people the calibre of Wendy and Adam.”
“The deep relationships and expertise both will bring to our existing superannuation capabilities supports the focus we have in continuing to work with our clients to help them navigate the ever-changing superannuation environment,” Mr Gee said.