KPMG has further bolstered its superannuation consulting capability by luring Wendy Tse away from SuperRatings.
The consultancy announced that Tse, previously the general manager of SuperRatings consultancy practice, would be joining former SuperRatings chief executive, Adam Gee, at KPMG.
KPMG said it had also employed Adam Balsamo as an association director of the firms Superannuation Advisory Practice.
Tse will be a director of the KPMG practice and be responsible for the provision of a range of superannuation and wealth advisory engagements, including strategy development and implementation, service provider tenders, compliance and risk management services, corporate super reviews and benchmarking exercises.
It said Balsamo had been recruited from Prudential Financial in the US, where he oversaw product strategy in the life insurance division. Prior to that, he worked at Perpetual in Australia, where he was head of product for their high net wealth focused private clients business.