Welcome to KPMG in East Africa

Our East Africa practice comprises Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. There are 21 Partners and more than 1,000 professional staff.



Exciting career opportunities

KPMG is looking to recruit dynamic professionals with expertise in accounting and finance with passion for innovation and knowledge sharing in the positions of:



Frontiers in Finance

The focus of the newest issue of Frontiers in Finance is on navigating change and transformation.


We have devoted a great deal of effort in the years since the global financial crisis in trying to understand the fundamental changes impacting the financial services industry, and gauging how they might develop in the future...Read more.

Is issuing debt instruments a viable option for African governments?

We live in a world where debt has become a part of life. As much as we are certain that the sun will rise in the morning, we know that we will fund high value items using long-term debt. The same applies to our governments which we rely on to make sensible and considered decisions on our behalf...Read more

Activism investment as the key to unlocking value in regional firms

An activist investor is an individual or group that purchases a significant portion of a company’s shares and tries to obtain seats on the company’s board with the goal of effecting or enabling a major transformation in the company. A company can become a target for activist investors if it is mismanaged, has excessive costs, can be run more profitably or has another problem that the activist investor believes can be fixed to make the company more valuable...Read more

East Africa Top 100

Invest in trusted teams to grow


On Friday 9 October 2015, we once again gathered for an evening of pomp and celebration of the 2015 Kenya Top100 mid-sized businesses. Since the inception of the Survey in 2008, the Gala Dinner is deliberately styled as a glamorous formal event complete with black tie or cultural wear...Read more