The KPMG Seminar Series 2013 has been developed to help keep you fully updated on a range of highly topical subjects.
KPMG supports various charities through monetary donations and various organised fundraising events.
Towards the end of 2012, the Revenue announced its plans to introduce iXBRL into the Irish tax compliance process.
Today, climate change and sustainability issues are rising to the top of corporate agendas.
The key ingredients of the success of the aviation industry in Ireland are the expertise and innovation of the people and companies involved.
The performance of the agri-business sector is critical to Ireland’s economic well-being. KPMG have partnered with the Irish Farmers Journal to produce the first annual agri-business report.
Finance (No. 2) Bill 2013 was published on 24 October 2013. This site will be regularly updated to reflect changes to the Bill as it passes through the various stages of the legislative process, before enactment as Finance (No. 2) Act 2013.
Investing in Ireland is KPMG’s guide for those considering locating in Ireland. It focuses on Ireland’s key selling points, outlining many of the advantages to be considered when locating here.
View detailed job descriptions for vacancies (when available) in each of our business areas and learn more about how we can match your ambition.
Read what our current employees have to say about working at KPMG, and discover why we are the employer of choice for many professionals in Ireland.
The KPMG Alumni programme helps former KPMG people stay in touch with the firm, reconnect with past colleagues and develop valuable business connections.
KPMG’s Cork practice held its Annual Alumni Dinner on Friday 17 October 2008 in the Kingsley Hotel, Cork. There was a fantastic turnout on the night, ranging from those who trained with the firm (when the office opened in Cork in 1972) to recent leavers.
A drinks reception preceded dinner, after which Terence O’Rourke made the opening address. Colin O’Brien then presided over the charity raffle, which raised €5,000 for the local Simon Community. Sheila Ahern won first prize - tickets to a much sought after Munster Match in Thomond Park. A case of wine and a spa treatment were presented as runner-up prizes to Cathal O’Mahony and Margo Dunlea respectively.
L-R: Colin O’Brien, Bill Kearney, Kevin Buckley, Terence O’Rourke
L-R: PJ Carmody, James Menton, Fiona Murphy, Kieran Wallace
L-R: Noel Holland, Jennifer Holland, Ger O’Mahony, Denis Murphy
L-R: Aidan Dunlea, Dave O’Flynn, Robert Rutledge
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Alumni Christmas Drinks
Friday, 13 December 2013
The Dining Hall, Trinity College Dublin
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