Russia

National Desks 

To meet the expectations of our international clients, KPMG have created National Desks with the purpose of serving our clients around the globe recognizing their national, cultural and business conducting specifics.

 

With national teams, cross-border experts and advisors our National Desks aim to bring insights and best experience to our multinational clients.

National Desks

China Practice, Russia and CIS

China Practice, Russia and CIS

KPMG has specifically set up the Global China Practice (GCP) to help its clients benefit as much as they can from the above opportunities. GCP has set up more than 40 China Practices at various levels across regions that are major sources of or destinations for China investments.

German Desk, Russia and the CIS

German Desk, Russia and the CIS

The German Desk primarily provides services and assistance to companies from German-speaking countries operating in Russia or intending to do so. The Russian market offers extensive business opportunities. To take advantage of them, companies need to deal with the risks and have a good understanding of the specifics of the market.

Japanese Practice, Russia and CIS

Japanese Practice, Russia and CIS

Global Japanese Practice is a network of KPMG professionals around the world dedicated to assisting Japanese companies succeed in their overseas business. Over 500 Japanese and Japanese-speaking professionals in 64 major cities around the world work together with local KPMG professionals to deliver audit, tax and advisory services.

About KPMG in Russia

KPMG has been working in Russia since 1990, and our goal has always been to use the firm's global intellectual potential, combined with the practical experience of our Russian professionals, to help leading companies to achieve their goals.

Locations

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In the CIS, KPMG now has offices in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, Almaty, Astana, Atyrau, Bishkek, Kiev, Lviv, Tbilisi, Yerevan and Baku, employing together over 4,000 people.