Danielle Malone and Linda Blore partner at KPMG

23 March 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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KPMG Advisory has added two partners to its leadership team: Danielle Malone and Linda Blore.

The two senior women have both been hired externally, with Danielle Malone transferring from rival Big Four firm PwC, while Linda Blore previously served Macquarie Group. The join a leadership team of over 400 partners, who together lead a workforce of approximately 6,300 accountants, consultants, financial advisors and tax specialists. 

Danielle Malone is a partner in KPMG Advisory’s Digital Delta service line. She brings nearly two decades of industry and professional consulting experience to the role. Most recently at PwC, she was the lead partner for the firm’s data transformation offering, working across a range of industries including financial services, energy, mining and the public sector.

Danielle Malone and Linda Blore, Partner, KPMG

Earlier in her career, she was an executive and head of Data Analytics at UK communications consultancy Instinctif Partners, and Director of Data Analytics at Jigsaw, among others. She has gained experience with the full lifecycle of data, from planning, organising, executing and managing the data environment.

Linda Blore has been appointed a partner in the Debt Advisory, part of the KPMG Advisory’s Deals division. She brings two decades of banking experience to the role. Prior to joining, she was a division director at Macquarie Group. Her previous roles include being a managing director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and a director at NAB.

Blore specialises in debt and credit restructuring, financial restructuring and M&A related debt financing for both private and public companies, with a focus on clients in the financial services, energy & utilities, transport and infrastructure sectors. 

Earlier this year, KPMG promoted eight to partner in its Management Consulting division.