The firm’s involvement in Kenya goes back to 1949 when it operated as Angus, Lawrie and Jeremy. In 1965, the name of the firm changed to Peat Marwick, Mitchell and Co. The firm operated as such until 1989, when, as a result of the international merger between Peat Marwick International and Klynveld Main Goerdeler, KPMG was created.
KPMG Kenya has 15 partners and over 600 professional staff. The Nairobi office serves as the regional co-ordinating office for the East African region providing the required networking to facilitate delivery of services on a timely basis to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.
KPMG in Kenya provides Audit, Tax, and Advisory services, delivering a globally consistent set of multidisciplinary financial and accounting capabilities based on deep industry knowledge. KPMG professionals in Kenya work for a wide range of clients, from global organizations to entrepreneurial start-ups.
Below is our service structure.
KPMG’s culture runs through everything we do. Our core values are shaped around clients, people and knowledge.
KPMG is constantly seeking new ways to improve. Through this approach of challenge and thought leadership, we can deliver service excellence at all times and help businesses succeed.
- We lead by example
- We work together
- We respect the individual
- We seek the facts and provide insight
- We are open and honest in our communication
- We are committed to our communities and
- Above all, we act with integrity
KPMG in Kenya believes in the community. We act as responsible corporate citizens while working with other businesses and voluntary groups to create stronger communities. In addition, we give our time to make a positive impact on social problems. In turn, engaging in Corporate Social Responsibility develops our talents, enhances the reputation of our organization, while adding value to our communities.
Community projects we are involved in / have been involved in include:
Professional Services (Pro Bono Audit)
Friends of Karura Forest
Students in Free Enterprise
Kenya Community Development Fund
Starehe Future (Both boys and girls)
Global Give Back Circle (Clinton Foundation)
Philanthropy / Donations (in cash or kind)
Donation of cash to Kenyans for Kenya (2010)
Donation of cash, food, and clothes, sorting and packing for transport (2008)
Cash prize to top CPA student in the Management Accounting Paper, CPA Part III Section 5 examination
Visit to various childrens home
Sponsorship of Themes
Mater Heart Run (Health)
Standard Chartered Marathon Kenya (Health)
Annual Blood Drive
Annual Golf – Palmhouse Foundation (Education), Gertrude Childrens Hospital (Health)
Anti-jigger campaign (Health)
Visit to the childrens cancer ward Kenyatta National Hospital
Tree Planting at Nanga Childrens Home Kitengela (Environment)
Students in Free Enterprise (Education/Community Empowerment)
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