Accountant Cynthia Reinhart of KPMG, who throughout her career has served a number of business and public service groups, will step down as managing partner of the firm’s Albuquerque office effective July 1 and will retire Sept. 30 after 28 years with KPMG.
Fred W. Winter Jr., a 28-year KPMG veteran and a partner since 2000, will replace her.
Reinhart has chaired Albuquerque Economic Forum, served as treasurer for the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, and has been a board member of Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation, Kirtland Partnership Committee and the New Mexico Society of CPAs.
In an announcement, KPMG said Winter has provided audit services “to a number of key clients in the Rio Grande market in various industries, including real estate, manufacturing, electronics, information and communications, utilities and financial services.”
Winter holds a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting from the University of Wyoming.