KPMG LLP has appointed new executives to head its tax and audit practices in the U.S.

P. Scott Ozanus, 50, has been named vice chair - tax, and Jeffrey C. LeSage, 50, has been named national managing partner - tax. James P. Liddy, 50, has been named vice chair - audit, and Thomas J. Duffy, 50, has been named national managing partner – audit.

Ozanus, who most recently was the U.S. firm’s west region managing partner - tax, succeeds Shaun Kelly, who will remain on the firm’s management committee, as he takes on another senior role for KPMG LLP, as the vice chair-operations. LeSage succeeds Frederick “Rick” Smith as national managing partner - tax. Smith has assumed a key role within KPMG International.

Liddy, who most recently was national managing partner - audit, succeeds Henry R. Keizer, who was previously announced as deputy chairman and COO of KPMG LLP.  Duffy succeeds Liddy as national managing partner - audit.

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