- names, job titles, contact and address details
- information in identification documents (for example, passport, driver’s licence)
- tax file numbers and other government-issued identification numbers
- date of birth and gender
- bank account details, shareholdings and details of investments
- details of superannuation and insurance arrangements
- educational qualifications, employment history and salary
- visa or work permit status
- personal information about your spouse and dependants.
It may be necessary in some circumstances for KPMG to collect sensitive information about you in order to provide specific services or for recruiting purposes. Examples of the types of sensitive information that may be collected in such circumstances include professional memberships, ethnic origin, criminal record and health information.
It is generally not practical to remain anonymous or to use a pseudonym when dealing with KPMG as usually we need to use your personal information to provide specific services to you, or which relate to or involve you.