KPMG LLP in the UK is a leading provider of professional services, which include audit, tax, financial and risk advisory. Our approach to relationships and service delivery aims to help clients exploit new opportunities, improve performance, manage risk and enhance value for both shareholders and stakeholders alike. We are part of a strong global network of member firms with over 10,000 partners and staff working in 22 offices across the UK. Globally the KPMG network has 145,000 people working in 152 countries.
Increasingly, businesses are under pressure to satisfy demanding stakeholders and actively manage their risk profile, while turning their investments into recognisable returns. Recent economic and political turbulence in the global markets has only underlined the importance of building flexible corporate structures and strategies to safeguard investment returns.
KPMG can help businesses address many complex challenges by drawing on its people’s skills across its global network of member firms. Examples range from enterprise-wide risk management to corporate governance; restructuring to people management; and cross-border transactions to leverage IT and intellectual assets.
KPMG is committed to working with all Governments to help ensure its policies are effectively and successfully implemented. KPMG in the UK, as a successful British business, is determined to build an effective working relationship with all governments and to play an active role within our local communities. Our business is open and ethical, indeed we were one of the first professional firms to publish our accounts and to have them audited in 1995. Integrity and transparency are central to our values.
We aim to be a good corporate citizen and contribute our experience and expertise to relevant public policy debates, often working with other stakeholders to further the public interest. KPMG participate in the democratic process to inform politicians at European, UK, central and local government level of issues that do, or may, affect our business. This make take the form of arranging and attending meetings, dinners, political conferences, briefings, as well as responding to consultations. KPMG LLP is a non party political organisation but seeks to have a dialogue with all mainstream political parties. We do not make cash donations to any political party.
For further information on the work of KPMG visit our site at www.kpmg.co.uk