New OMP in Jacksonville

We are pleased to announce that Jim Stepnoski has been named Jacksonville Office Managing Partner. Jim succeeds Rob Labenski, who has relocated to Charlotte to take on the role of southeast business practice leader for Asset Management. We wish to thank Rob for his leadership and contributions to the Jacksonville market. 

Jim has been with KPMG for nearly three decades and has most recently served as BUPIC for audit in the Coastal business. Over the course of his career, he has built strong relationships in the Jacksonville community, having spent the last 12 years in the Jacksonville office. Jim also is currently serving as partner on several key accounts in the region. In addition to his new role, Jim will continue to serve as lead partner on one of our key audit accounts.

Please join us in wishing Jim and Rob continued success in their new roles.

About Jim Stepnoski

Jim joined KPMG in 1990 and was admitted to the partnership in 2002. He brings nearly three decades of experience providing audit services to both public and private companies in a number of industries. Since 2012, Jim has served as Audit Partner-in-Charge for the Coastal Business Unit of KPMG.

Jim has served as lead audit engagement partner for several Fortune 1000 companies and has extensive experience in dealing with various complex accounting transactions, including initial public offerings, equity and debt offerings, and numerous mergers and acquisitions.

Jim is recognized for not only providing outstanding client service and maintaining strong connections both inside and outside the firm but also for his work to build and maintain high-performing teams. He has served as southeast area partner-in-charge of recruiting as well as a technical training instructor for KPMG’s local, regional, and national training programs. He is also involved in a number of local nonprofit organizations, including the Jacksonville Museum of Science and History, the United Way of Northeast Florida, and the United Way Tocqueville Society.