Evija Miezīte admitted to KPMG partnership

Jan 31, 2018
Evija Miezīte has become a partner at the international audit, tax and business advisory firm KPMG Baltics. Her chief areas of responsibility include financial advisory services, mergers and acquisitions, IT advisory services and certain innovative services such as data analytics, artificial intelligence projects, and others.

Evija's experience in providing financial advisory services exceeds 15 years. She has managed deal advisory and restructuring assignments, developed deal strategies, company strategies and project strategies, and has been the leader of process optimisation and risk management engagements and a range of due diligence assignments for various clients. Her advisory clients represent the banking, infrastructure, telecommunications, IT, transport and logistics, manufacturing and other industries.

"Our work with the most diverse companies in Latvia and close collaboration with KPMG experts abroad has helped us identify solutions that bring the greatest added value to businesses and empower our clients be one step ahead of their competitors. Currently, it is of utmost importance to be proactive in the field of IT security, and to implement data analytics tools that offer new technological possibilities to support informed decisions seeking to increase business value and process automation tools to save costs and improve efficiency," explains Evija Miezīte.

Evija Miezīte has BSc in Economics and Business (Stockholm School of Economics in Riga) and Master of Social Sciences in Management (Riga Technical University).

KPMG in Latvia is led by national senior partner Armine Movsisjana and two other partners - Ondrej Fikrle and Steve Austwick.

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