KPMG aspire to be leaders; innovative people who make a positive impact in the professional and broader community.
KPMG is an international co-operative, a global network of professional service firms employing about 155,000 people in 155 countries worldwide. In Australia, KPMG has over 5,000 people, including more than 400 partners, with offices around the country. Through the collaboration of our Audit, Tax and Advisory services, we seek long-term sustainable solutions for both our clients and KPMG. We use our skills and expertise to help companies grow by understanding the challenges, risks and resources they need to achieve their goals.
KPMG works to build trust and confidence in the capital markets through enabling transparent, accurate financial reporting and by assisting organisations improve their management, governance and performance.
Our value to a client is not just about the actions they take today with their business, but how these actions will affect them in the future, in many cases how it will define their future.
KPMG is particularly proud of our values based culture. We share these values with many of our clients and communities; indeed, they underpin and deepen our relationship with them. Two key priorities for us in Australia are our commitments to Diversity & Inclusion and Corporate Citizenship, and in particular Indigenous Australians through our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). For KPMG, Diversity & Inclusion and Corporate Citizenship means embedding these values and principles into our core business and demonstrating tangible action and outcomes through our initiatives.
KPMG has been a signatory to the UN Global Compact since 2002 and is a founding member of the Global Compact Network Australia. The GCNA office is located in KPMG’s Sydney office, and the organisation is chaired by KPMG’s Head of Corporate Citizenship, Catherine Hunter.