Welcome to KPMG in Nigeria

KPMG International is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. KPMG is also represented in Nigeria offering Audit, Tax and Advisory Services.




 2015 KPMG Transparency Report


KPMG Professional Services is one of the leading multidisciplinary, professional accounting and business advisory services firms, carrying on business in Nigeria as an integral part of the KPMG global network. We provide a wide range of services to multinational and reputable national clients. This Report summarizes efforts of KPMG Professional Services towards upholding its professional responsibilities and further describes the firm’s governance structure as well as approach to quality controls.

KPMG Professional Services stands by its Audit Opinions on Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc's 2013 and 2014 financial statements

We have been notified, via a "FINAL NOTICE" letter issued by the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC) to our client, Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, that the FRC registration number of one our Partners, who acted in the capacity of the Audit Engagement Partner for Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, has been suspended..more


Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey


The KPMG Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey was launched in 2007 to heighten consciousness of service delivery among Nigerian Banks. The survey draws responses from customers across the retail, SME and corporate banking segments on customer preferences, levels of satisfaction and expectations from their banks.

 Open Tax Programmes

The KPMG Tax and People Services Business School offers  Immigration, Tax, Rewards and Transfer Pricing training programmes (2016 brochure below) aimed at equipping participants with knowledge and skill to improve their technical skills and add value to the organisations they work for.  We believe that you will find the training programmes impactful, and look forward to hearing from you!

Tax Quality Framework

Within the KPMG network, member firms are provided with a remarkably thorough and effective set of tools to help drive a consistent approach to providing high quality tax services to our clients.

2015 CFO Survey Report

This year’s edition provides further insights into the critical issues CFOs have to contend with as they seek to protect the bottom line and enhance shareholder value. Compared to the previous survey, the general outlook from this survey is somewhat less optimistic. This is not altogether surprising, in light of the additional challenges the Nigerian economy is expected to face in 2016.


Africa IFRS Academy

Africa IFRS Academy

KPMG Professional Services, Nigeria and Shasat UK have launched the Africa IFRS Academy (AIA) to offer world class IFRS learning and development solutions for the professionals and organisations in Nigeria and in the African continent. The AIA offers in-depth experience from years of IFRS implementation, best accounting practices, latest learning technology, user friendly learning tools and delivers hands-on learning approach to the professionals. The courses on offer include IFRS Immersion Workshop, IFRS for Chief Executives, Fair Valuation Workshop and many more. Book here or contact us on info@africaifrsacademy.com


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New Auditor Reporting: Providing Insights and Transparency

Over time, audit reports have been seen as “two sides to a coin” with auditors issuing a binary “pass or fail” verdict on the financial statements. It is either the financial statements give a true and fair view of the financial position, financial performance and cash flows of the reporting entity or they don’t. While this approach remains valuable, many believe it is no longer enough. This is because auditors have more insights to share, and users of financial statements are eager to know about them



Renew relationships with old friends and colleagues and find out how we support our alumni in many countries.

 Healthcare Capability

Nigeria is one of the developing countries faced with the “double burden” of persisting high prevalence of communicable diseases and rising prevalence of non-communicable diseases. Key health indicators such as maternal and infant mortality are worse than the Sub-Saharan African average Our Healthcare Centre of Excellence engages with the wider internal expert network to bring added-value, knowledge and experience to our clients