Our two largest offices in mainland China are, as one might expect, in Beijing and Shanghai. Each offers a very supportive, team-working atmosphere and plenty of opportunity for cross-functional working. Both offices boast major Chinese corporations and multinational companies among their client list, and each office has an international mix of staff.Shanghai
KPMG Shanghai occupies eight floors of a very modern office block in the heart of the thriving commercial district, close to many stylish shops and restaurants. It numbers over 2,200 staff and we expect numbers to grow to 2,700 by summer 2009, recruiting up to 500 graduates per year and currently about 70 percent of staff specialize in audit, with the remainder split between tax and advisory services. English is the working language for internal communication and the office has an international mix of staff from all over the world – such as U.K., Canada, Germany, Singapore, U.S. and Australia.
Key clients: China Mobile, China Shenhua Energy, China Citic Bank, China Telecommunications, Citigroup, Phillips, Carrefour, China Construction Bank, Siemens.Beijing
KPMG Beijing is expanding rapidly, recruiting up to 540 graduates a year, and expects its staff of 1,650 to rise to 2,200 by September 2008. The office is a proactive workplace where everyone helps everyone else, especially during the peak reporting season. With about 80 percent of staff in audit, the office also provides clients with tax, financial advisory services and risk advisory services. The modern 13,200 square meter office is in the heart of the commercial, retail and restaurant sector. Beijing is also renowned for its many historical sites. About six percent of staff are from an international background – France, Denmark, Japan, U.S., New Zealand, Netherlands, Korea, U.K., Australia. English is the working language for internal communication.
Key clients: Motorola, China Mobile, Pepsico, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), China Southern Airlines, China Citic Bank, China Telecommunications, Philips, Carrefour, Siemens, China Telecommunications and Citi.