Harry Moseley previously served as the CIO of KPMG, an audit, tax and advisory services firm with more than 27,000 employees and partners throughout the U.S. In the last two and a half years leading KPMG’s Technology program, his visionary leadership has spurred immense transformation within the organization and for KPMG clients.
Harry leads all aspects of the firm’s technology platform and capabilities, including internal support and client-facing technology service offerings, working to maximize existing and future technology investments. As a 30-year veteran of the technology industry, he continues to link innovation and technology enablement to the firm’s growth and world-class client service. He and his team of 900 employees supplemented with on/offshore contractors drive innovation in technology to deliver business value, help clients embrace change, manage risk and security, and maintain operational excellence. He is a proponent of embracing new technology and quickly adapting to changing needs to ensure KPMG is an industry leader in technology capabilities and enablement.
Most importantly, Harry has launched an integral initiative to transform KPMG into a “real-time firm”, utilizing up-to-the-minute data and cloud technology to provide “a single source of truth” for professionals on the device of their choice. KPMG Technology launched an effective and impactful firmwide cybersecurity awareness and education campaign, prioritized mobile capabilities to keep professionals connected and productive on the go, instituted clear-cut ways to measure and manage the rate and extent of technology improvement, and greatly enhanced firmwide performance and productivity through innovative applications for KPMG professionals – this effort is coined “the power of one”. By taking a consumer technology approach to corporate technology, Harry strives to revolutionize the way KPMG uses and views technology in the professional world so it's as good, if not better than, consumer technology.
In addition to his vital leadership and guidance at KPMG, Harry was a firm representative at the White House for discussions hosted by the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Economic Council to help government and employers tap into non-traditional hiring avenues. Harry is an advocate of creating a diverse, dynamic technology team, hiring veterans and those from underserved communities through not-for-profit organizations, making an effort to meet all new hires personally, and prioritizing in-depth training and open communication. He lives and leads by example, spending his free time fundraising for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the Team in Training cycling program.
Prior to KPMG, Harry was CIO of The Blackstone Group, EVP of technology for Mantas, a managing director of IT with Credit Suisse First Boston, and managing director/CTO - Americas with UBS. He was a panelist at the 2014 MIT Sloan Symposium and a speaker at the 2013 TIBCO User Conference, and was recently named to Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders list.