In Russia KPMG now has offices in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Perm and Rostov-on-Don. We also have offices in 6 CIS countries. In Russia and the CIS KPMG now employs together over 3,800 people.
The KPMG CIS Transparency Report for the year ended 30 September 2013 allows clear articulation of the steps that we take to uphold our professional obligations and responsibilities and make sure our services are consistently of the very highest quality.
With the effectiveness of corporate reporting under the spotlight in the wake of the financial crisis, KPMG has published a new report which brings together a range of leaders in their field discussing the direction that reporting needs to take.
This survey captures the views of approximately 1,800 audit committee members in 21 countries on issues that create challenges for audit committees and indentifies international trends and provides data for specific countries (including Russia).
Survey confirms that the rising economic power of the emerging markets remains the overriding force for growth over the next decade.
We hope that this publication serves as a useful resource for both existing users of IFRS and FDCG companies seeking to understand the potential impact of adopting IFRS.
KPMG has conducted a survey of the impact of the new transfer pricing rules adopted a year ago on the largest Russian and international companies in the oil and gas sector operating in Russia.
The survey's findings prove 2012 to have been a strong year for Russian M&A.
KPMG professionals will share their experience with you and help you to prepare for your first year of work at a big international company.
KPMG has career opportunities both for graduates and students, and also for experienced professionals.
Stay connected with KPMG and with your former colleagues. To keep you informed on KPMG news we publilsh K-Community quarterly on-line digest. We are also happy to hold annual Alumni meetings and offer our Alumni a broad range of career opportunities.
An interview with Andrew Cranston in the newspaper Kommersant, in which he talks about how justified the criticism of auditors is, what auditors think of the proposed reforms, and why qualified audit reports are so rare.
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