The global managing partner of KPMG's Audit & Advisory Services Center has been given the additional role of global chief information officer for KPMG International.

Stuart V.M. Campbell, 53, will lead KPMG's global technology initiatives and be a member of the international executive team and global audit steering group for KPMG, as well as continuing to be involved in the leadership of the AASC.

After a dozen years with the firm, Campbell became a U.S. partner in the San Francisco office's financial institutions practice in 1986. After leaving KPMG in 1990 to oversee audit specialists at Wells Fargo, Campbell rejoined the firm in 1995 with the goal of building a new advisory business, closely aligned with the audit practice and dedicated to helping clients manage the technology risks in their businesses.

Campbell led the fastest growing part of KPMG's Advisory business between 1995 and 2002. Building from a core group of 39 professionals in 1995, the Information Risk Management practice now has more than 1,500 professionals.

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