KPMG in India appoints Sunit Sinha as Partner and Head of People, Performance and Culture

New Delhi: KPMG in India has appointed Sunit Sinha as Partner and Head of People, Performance and Culture (PPC) of the firm. He will be based out of Gurugram.

In this role, Sunit will lead KPMG in India’s human resources function which comprises talent management and strategy, driving the people culture and professional development to further KPMG in India’s operations and growth. He has over 23 years of experience and comes with strong expertise in organisation strategy and transformation, human capital strategy and leadership development, organisation design, post-merger integration, culture transformation and HR transformation in a digital world.

Through the course of his career, Sunit has held several high-level leadership positions, his most recent stint was with Accenture Strategy as a Managing Director – Talent and Organisation practice, wherein he established large transformation engagements across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. He has also built global consulting capabilities in geographies such as China, Indonesia and Latin America. Sunit has also worked with Arthur Andersen and Mercer in the human capital space, M&A integration and talent consulting.

Arun M Kumar, Chairman and CEO, KPMG in India said “We at KPMG in India are delighted to have Sunit Sinha join us. The knowledge, expertise and experience that he brings to the firm will further strengthen our human resources function. Our aim is to continue to be a coveted place for professionals to work.”

On his appointment, Sunit Sinha said, “I am privileged to be a part of the KPMG family which is home to wonderful and exciting talent. I look forward to contributing to the vision of making KPMG in India the ‘clear choice’ for professionals across the country.”

Sunit also frequently publishes and is a well-known speaker at industry conferences. His most recent research paper is on the impact of cognitive computing on workforce productivity.

 

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