KPMG is a multinational professional services network and one of the Big Four accounting firms. Organized as a network of firms that each bring services to clients, KPMG spans strategy and operations, analytics, business integration, business intelligence, business process management, change management, growth enablement, integrated business planning, organizational design, outsourcing, shared services, talent management, technology enablement, and transformation. On the ...
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The smaller pool of responses to this year’s consulting surveys suggests that the global juggernaut that is KPMG is continuing to grow both its presence and its reputation as a strategy consultancy in the APAC region, where the firm’s reputation as a leader in financial services seems almost ubiquitous. Still, KPMG continues to strengthen its consulting footprint within the Asia-Pacific markets, as evidenced by its solid performance in several of our 2020 APAC rankings.
The insiders who work in this region describe a caring culture and a rigorous environment that exposes consultants to a plethora of amazing development opportunities. It seems to be a place where colleagues “work hard and play hard”, where the hours may be long and the wor...
While the member firms that make up KPMG International might be independent of one another, their businesses are organized around three service lines: audit, tax and advisory. And, within those service lines, the offerings from country to country are likely to be pretty consistent, too.
Indeed, KPMG advisory services are organized into three groups that address distinct client issues: management consulting-including performance and technology- transactions and restructuring, and risk and compliance.
KPMG's roots date back to 1870, when accountant William Barclay Peat hung out his shingle in London. In 1911, his firm merged with New York-based Marwick Mitchell & Co., forming a business that later became known as Peat Marwic...