KPMG has launched a Global Legal Operations Transformation Services offering across its firms, designed to provide clients with a wide range of global strategies and cross-border capabilities to help meet the challenges they face.

“KPMG’s Global Legal Operations Transformation Services teams are ‘global,’ both in terms of the geographic coverage but also the strategies offered,” says Stuart Fuller, Head of Global Legal Services, KPMG International. “Practice leaders are senior, experienced, and work together in KPMG firms across Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific region. They have a laser focus on results, and they are delivering significant and measurable improvement for legal functions across KPIs, such as productivity, customer satisfaction and quality measures―results that are crucial for organizations in the current climate.”

The KPMG Legal Operations Transformation Services practice leadership team includes Andreas Bong, Nicola Brooks, Philipp Glock, Eric Gorman, Kimberly Tan Majure and David Murray,  and, KPMG says, with an imminent announcement of a significant further partner hire.

“We draw on all of the strengths of KPMG professionals across our firms, not just in legal and technology, but also Lean Six Sigma, Human-Centred Design and Systems Thinking. Together, our organization has achieved a substantial track record of implementing and running the transformation opportunities that we identify,” says Fuller.  “KPMG Law is a combination of skills and approaches: we have over 2,700 lawyers in 81 jurisdictions advising on complex advisory and regulatory matters, and large transactions; we also provide global solutions such as business reorganization, global entity management and mass claims, offering an integrated service and advice.  The new Legal Operations Transformation Service enables KPMG firms to handle large-scale business in a more efficient and technologically-enabled way and is only the first in a number of capabilities and services that we plan to provide in this space.”