Peter Kiss is a partner at KPMG in Hungary and Head of Energy Sector at KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe. He was graduated as a mechanical engineer, and holds an MBE degree of Warwick Business School.
He started his advisory carrier at Arthur Andersen in 1990, where he worked as an auditor and performed numerous business and financial due diligence works for investors. He started to build up the business consulting practice in 1997 where he decided for specialization in the energy and utilities sector. He performed many post acquisition work at electricity and gas distributors and power plants. He worked through the preparation phase of the liberalization of both the electricity and the natural gas sectors. His team developed the commercial code for the Hungarian electricity market.
He and his team joined KPMG in July 2002. Since then he has been working with the participants of the whole energy supply chain including eligible customers to make them successful on the open energy market.
Peter Kiss is frequently invited to energy and utility related national and international conferences where he contributes as speaker, moderator or host of round table discussion sessions and panels. His paper on Hungary-Ukraine Energy Cooperation and its Contribution to the Supply Security in the European Union has been selected both for publication and presentation on the 20th World Energy Congress (WEC), 11-15 November 2007, Rome, Italy.
KPMG’s Energy & Utilities Advisory Services in Central and Eastern Europe
The KPMG Energy and Utilities practice located in Budapest, Hungary, is a KPMG Global Energy & Utilities Center of Excellence. It provides business advisory services to the oil, gas, electricity and water industries.
Building on the resources and knowledge base of the KPMG global network of member firms, our team has access to market information on a global and regional basis. This allows us to offer strategies to our clients on both domestic and international assignments based on international experience and detailed knowledge of the local market. Drawing upon a wealth of experience, well-tested methodologies, and the resources of local KPMG member firms in each country, the KPMG Energy and Utilities practice develops industry-specific, customized approaches for our clients.
We provide professional advice and support that addresses clients’ issues and supports the strategic and transactional activities undertaken by member firms operating in the energy and utilities sectors in the CEE region.