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KPMG in Hungary has been supporting growth since 1989. The Budapest practice is a leading audit, tax and advisory firm in Hungary, helping clients mitigate risks and grasp opportunities.

 

 

Investment in Hungary - 2015

Investment in Hungary - 2015
Investment in Hungary is a guide for preliminary planning purposes to those considering investing or doing business in Hungary.

Global CEO Outlook 2015

Global CEO Outlook 2015
CEOs globally are confident about growth, their prospects and the global economy over the next three years. However, they are acutely aware of the need to transform their businesses, a new KPMG international study among chief executives of global businesses reveals.

KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference 2015

KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference 2015
The KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference 2015 will be held in Madrid, Spain on 28-29 October 2015.
KPMG in Hungary organizes this annual flagship industry event for the fifth time since 2011.

Keynote speakers include José Manuel Barroso, Former President of the European Commission (2004-2014) and Miguel Arias Cañete European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy

Register here

Olympics in Budapest: Dream or Reality?

Olympics in Budapest: Dream or Reality?
Our study shows the reasons why Budapest would be an attractive host of the Olympic Games, what kind of challenges and possibilites the organisation of this event would bring, and what are the risks we have to pay attention before deciding to bid.

EU Funds in Central and Eastern Europe Progress Report 2007-2014

EU Funds in Central and Eastern Europe Progress Report 2007-2014
KPMG's annual report on EU funds shows the history of how these funds have been utilised over the last programming period, analysing the results and surmising how that information can be used to formulate the best possible policy measures for the next period.

KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 2015

KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 2015
In our annual survey we asked 200 senior executives from the world’s leading automotive companies of the current state and future prospects.