KPMG has named a new chief information officer and a new leader of its tax restructuring and corporate recovery practice.

Richard K. Anderson was selected as the firm's new CIO. He will lead the firm's information technology services organization and will succeed Rowan Snyder, who is retiring. Anderson has worked at KPMG since 2005 and previously worked for AT&T.

Howard Steinberg was named national leader of the firm's tax restructuring and corporate recovery practice. In this role, he will lead the firm's efforts to provide tax-related assistance to clients and prospective clients who are considering restructuring their businesses or other alternatives in the current economic environment. Throughout his career, he has specialized in providing tax advice on restructuring to both debtor companies and their acquirers. In addition to being a CPA, he is a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.

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