Kyrgyz Republic

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  • Type: Press release
  • Date: 4/4/2013

Gregor Mowat has been appointed Managing Partner for KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia 

KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Managing Partner.

Gregor Mowat replaced Alun Bowen as Managing Partner on 1 April 2013. Gregor has worked with KPMG in different countries over the last 14 years, including the last four and a half in the CIS. On joining KPMG in the CIS in 2008, he spent two years as a partner in Kazakhstan, providing audit and advisory services to banks during the early part of the global financial crisis. Since then he has been the CFO of KPMG’s CIS business which has continued to keep him close to developments in the Kazakhstan economy.

 

Alun Bowen will retire after almost 37 years with KPMG, 25 of them as a partner and five as the Managing Partner of KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. During his tenure in Kazakhstan, Alun increased the size of KPMG and the number of services that the firm offers, including significantly developing KPMG’s Advisory franchise.

 

Gregor will be based in Astana and plans to continue to execute KPMG’s strategy to provide top quality audit, tax and advisory services to the best companies in Kazakhstan and throughout Central Asia.

KPMG in the Kyrgyz Republic

KPMG has been working in the Kyrgyz Republic since 2003, and our essential principle has always been to use the firm’s global intellectual capital, combined with the practical experience of our local professionals.

KPMG in the Kyrgyz Republic provides audit and advisory services on financial issues to a great number of the banks and financial institutions of the country, as well as to enterprises in the leading sectors of the economy such as mining, telecommunications, and other industries.

 

In the Kyrgyz Republic, KPMG now has a fully operating office in Bishkek.

 

In the CIS, KPMG has offices in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Russia, and Ukraine where we employ over 3,800 people. In addition, international professionals are employed in project offices in Tajikistan and Turkmenistan and we are planning to expand our presence in the region.