EU Institutions play a vital role in driving economic development and social welfare in Europe and across the developing world via EuropeAid and EEAS. KPMG has recently put Infrastructure Government and Healthcare (IGH) as one of the top priorities for the network at Global level. This is translated in a major investment in those sectors particularly thought leadership research done to help streamline operational efficiency while leveraging on leading practices and technology.
Recent and ongoing EU engagements
KPMG is currently providing a range of services across EU Institutions, DGs, Agencies. We are currently working with :
DG Budget, DG INFSO, EuropeAid, DG Markt, DG RTD, DG MOVE, DG AGRI, DG REGIO, Joint Undertakings, Council and several EU agencies.
KPMG’s EU Office
To accelerate access to resources and specialised industry knowledge for our EU clients, KPMG has a dedicated EU Office to facilitate and encourage the transfer of such knowledge and skills across Europe more efficiently. We are located in Brussels, in the EU headquarters, and comprise a team of specialists who oversee KPMG relationships with EU institutions; we are also closely monitoring EU developments such as Europe2020, climate change, regulation of financial services, direct and indirect taxation, energy and transport, immigration, health, external borders, pre-accession, Horizon 2020 and so on.
KPMG EU office also monitors EU regulatory developments notably in terms of financial services (Banking Union, Liikanen report, Financial Transaction Tax etc.)
The team liaises with KPMG’s European and worldwide network of member firms and specialists, present in 145 countries, regarding a wide range of services. For KPMG involvement into development services, KPMG EU Office works closely with our dedicated international team called IDAS (International Development Assistance Services).
We are already working with the EU providing services in :
- Audits and controls of EU spending
- Public Financial management
- Financial Services
- Sustainability & climate change services
- Infrastructure and transport
- Evaluation of EU policies
- Justice and security incl cyber security,
- Fraud and forensics
- External Aid
- and others sectors such as ICT, Healthcare, CSR, Education, People and Change