Mike serves in KPMG’s National Office as a Director in Risk Management Policy and Enterprise Risk since 2022 to support the design and implementation of the firm’s enterprise risk management program. A primary focus includes generating and delivering high-quality enterprise risk management reporting to the firm’s Management Committee and Board of Directors in order to enhance the understanding, mitigation, and monitoring of the firm’s greatest risks.
From 2013 to 2022, Mike served as an Enterprise Risk Officer in the Office of the Chief Risk Officer at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He led the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management at the SEC by designing and operationalizing the requisite analysis, infrastructure, reporting, and governance structures.
Before becoming a public servant, Mike advised financial service organizations in the area of economic and business analytics at Booz Allen Hamilton for four years. Prior to this, Mike worked in the field of international foreign direct investment at the World Bank – MIGA, U.S. Development Finance Corporation (formerly Overseas Private Investment Corporation), U.S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Embassy in Bern Switzerland, and Deutsche Bank. As a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow from 2008-2009, Mike lived in Germany to work on national cross-border investment policy. He received his undergraduate degrees from Rutgers University and has an MA in International Trade and Investment Policy from the Elliott School for International Affairs and an MBA in International Business from the George Washington University School of Business.