Consumer Markets offers its people the chance to experience an industry which is diverse in its challenges and exciting in its opportunities.
Building and Construction
Consumer Markets has people who are recognised for their building and construction experience, global exposure and extensive skills with public and private companies, governments and industry.
Our aim is to leverage our deep and broad knowledge and our skills to accelerate our clients’ success.
Food and Beverages
We assist companies in the food and beverage industries strengthen their financial performance, achieve greater operating effectiveness and increase the total value of their business.
Retail and Distribution
The retail market in South Africa is a dynamic, changing one. To work in this area, you need to be willing to embrace change and be able to thrive on the unpredictability of the markets.
Transport and Logistics
A few big players and a large number of medium to small enterprises characterise the sector. Transport and Logistics specialises in advising clients on the regulatory environment and business risks these sectors face.
As a member of this team, you would be involved in supplying a range of services, including statutory audit as well as non-audit services.
Energy and Natural Resources
Global Energy and Natural Resources companies are experiencing massive change. The New Economy, with its emphasis on e-Business speed and efficiency, is challenging these companies to re-define their unique value and competitive advantage.
The struggle can be aggravated by the long lead times and typically massive investments in new projects, the geographical logistics of global resources, the difficulty of increasing value for stakeholders and the ongoing challenge of being fairly rewarded by the markets for key strategic initiatives and other actions.
Working in this industry and facing these challenges can be very exciting and rewarding.
You would be part of a team that is one of the leading providers of Audit, Tax and Advisory services to the Energy and Natural Resources industries, specifically serving organisations operating in the areas of Mining, Oil and Gas, Power and Utilities as well as Forestry and Chemicals.
KPMG’s Financial Services offers real scope for challenge and a fantastic opportunity for motivated, driven people to be part of the team servicing many of South Africa’s major financial service institutions. When you join the team, you’ll help provide services to financial services clients in audit, regulatory and advisory areas.
Our Banking and Insurance units are among the industry leaders. The funds audit area services a large number of retirement funds and medical aids.
Regulatory Advisory and Compliance Services (RACS) advise clients on regulatory issues and offer services and training in the regulatory arena.
Financial Risk Management (FRM) is our Advisory unit providing specialist services to the sector. FRM leverages off the group’s knowledge and experience of the market. The Investment Advisory area adds value to clients with various services, including financial models and valuations, in addition to various ad-hoc assignments.
If you’re highly motivated, hard-working and committed, with an interest and understanding of the issues faced by the players in the financial arena, then KPMG’s Financial Services practice is what you have been waiting for.
As a part of the Industrial and Automotive business unit, you would be addressing the specific audit needs within primarily the industrial holdings, engineering and automotive sectors.
The scope of products provided by this team to clients has subsequently expanded to include transaction services, due diligence investigations for proposed acquisitions and consulting support covering a wide range of business issues.
The main focus of the business unit’s activities is the provision of attestation services. In this regard, your client base would be varied, ranging from diverse conglomerates with interests in numerous market sectors through to local branches and subsidiaries of multinational corporations.
Technology, Media & Telecommunications
The Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) sector has experienced significant change in the last few years. We’re looking for driven, motivated people to work alongside our clients, helping them to adapt to technology advances and consolidation in the industry.
You should have the ability to offer progressive and forward-thinking strategies to meet our clients’ business needs. You’ll need to focus on developing a client’s essential business skills – skills which will both challenge you and help them to deliver a more creative and effective approach to business.
If you’re looking for this type of challenge, then TMT probably is the business unit for you.
The Infrastructure and Government
As part of the challenging Infrastructure and Government business unit, you would provide services to all spheres of government. This includes institutions responsible for building or maintaining infrastructure, providing healthcare, education and transportation, as well as institutions substantially dependant on government or donor funding.
Your skills combined with KPMG’s extensive experience with entities operating in the Infrastructure and Government framework ensures that we can provide services that meet the needs of government.
You will have various tools and methodologies at your disposal to help establish accountability and get results, which, in turn, enable government to better meet constituent and customer demands by deploying resources to their best effect.
Owner Managed Business (OMB)
As part of this team, you would offer an integrated and quality service, whatever the client’s needs, big or small, in whatever sector of business, from commerce to industry and the financial world.
Responsibilities would range from co-ordinating their tax affairs to planning, monitoring and organising their businesses to operate more efficiently.
You would be exposed to many companies ranging from large public companies to small owner-managed businesses.
Some of the services provided by OMB include minute-keeping, maintenance of statutory records as well as the registration of close corporations and companies.