KPMG Transparency Report for the year 2014 published in accordance with the requirements of the Independent Financial Audit Act.
KPMG in Bulgaria presented an official donation to public libraries in the country, and to Bulgarian schools and cultural centers abroad.
Do executives receive timely information? Has it been collected and structured appropriately? Are the data error-free? The answers exert an impact on business decisions.
Gergana Mantarkova discusses how companies are reverting from survival measures back to growth strategies.
To stand still is to fall behind: The report touches on six levers that are likely to exert the most influence on a company’s ability to grow revenues in the coming years.
The first in the series, From Design to Implementation, examines recent and forthcoming banking regulation.
An overview of the major considerations relevant for investment planning or performing operations in Bulgaria.
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Our most valuable asset are our people and KPMG prides itself on the quality of its people.
Тhrough our Executive Search & Selection service, you can apply for vacant positions with KPMG’s clients.
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