3 The Czech Republic as part of the global economy: Challenges ahead
Černínský palác, Loretánské nám. 5, Praha 1
4 GDPR in Practice: Personal Data in Employment Relations and HR Practices
Husova 5, Praha 1
From 1 October, 2012, Radek Halíček is in charge of Tax and Legal Services, which are provided by nearly 150 professionals at KPMG in the Czech Republic.
Radek Halíček started working for KPMG in the Czech Republic in 2006, in 2007 he was promoted to Partner. Since 2010 he has been leading the KPMG Legal law firm. He specialises in tax and legal services, in particular focusing on financial institutions and foreign investors. He has extensive knowledge in the area of cross-border investment structuring, litigation, acquisitions and restructuring.
Radek graduated from the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague and the Transport Faculty of the University of Pardubice. He is an attorney, tax advisor and accounting expert with an ACCA qualification.
Fergus Cunningham has been appointed as a Partner in the Audit department of KPMG in the Czech Republic. He will continue to act as a primary contact point for new and existing foreign investors. In addition, he will support the Management Consulting department in their shared service centre implementation and optimisation projects. He currently provides audit and related services to more than 100 local and international businesses in the diversified industrials, consumer markets (FMCG) and automotive sectors.
Fergus Cunningham joined KPMG in the Czech Republic in 2002 after having worked for four years at KPMG in Australia. In 2004 he was promoted to Manager, in 2007 to Senior Manager and in 2009 to Director. Since 2011 Fergus has been the head of KPMG in the Czech Republic’s diversified industrial services sector.
Fergus graduated from the University of Tasmania. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and an Accredited Mediator.