KPMG strengthens energy practice with partner Sally Torgoman

04 October 2021 1 min. read
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KPMG has strengthened its energy business with Sally Torgoman, who crosses over from a rival Big Four firm.

Appointed a partner, Torgoman brings close to two decades of experience in engineering, consulting and energy to the firm. Prior to joining KPMG, she was a managing director at PwC focused on supporting the design and realisation of large energy and infrastructure projects. She advises clients on the legal aspects of commercials, tax, project finance, risk, and project due-diligence.

A dual qualified lawyer and engineer, Torgoman previously worked at various energy companies as a legal advisor and general counsel, and as electrical engineer at a utilities company and an electrical vehicles infrastructure provider. During her career, she has advised on investment projects up to a value of $2 billion, gaining project experience in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Indonesia, Egypt, Chile, Israel and South Korea.

Sally Torgoman, Partner, KPMG

At KPMG, her practice areas include energy, power, electricity distribution, public-private partnerships and energy transactions. She specialises in clean energy, working with clients on transactions and projects across the solar, wind, pumped hydro, battery storage and (green) hydrogen segments.

According to a recent report from strategy consultancy Bain & Company, sustainability heralds a $1+ trillion economic opportunity for Asia Pacific by 2030. Clean energy is at the forefront of the transition, with private sector investments accounting for a growing share of renewable energy spending.

Sally Torgoman is bilingual in English and French and fluent in Arabic, with basic Spanish. Meanwhile, she is learning the Russian language.