Australia

Welcome to KPMG 



Discover new ideas to grow, manage risk and different ways of operating that deliver fundamentally better results.

 

 

KPMG Alumni

Renew relationships with former colleagues and friends and enjoy the benefits of our alumni program.

KICC 2014

KICC 2014
And the winner of KPMG's International Case Competition for 2014 in São Paulo, Brazil is... Team Australia. Congratulations to the team.

 

Tax reform for our future success

Reforming Australia's tax system is a daunting task. As the tax reform debate increases, KPMG’s new paper Tax reform for our future success discusses the importance and difficulty of tax reform.

 

View video of Rosheen Garnon, National Managing Partner, Tax, discussing the key issues.

Operating and Financial Reviews 2014

With the release of ASIC Regulatory Guide 247 Effective disclosure in an operating and financial review (RG 247), the debate on the current corporate reporting model has now reached the highest international business agenda.

Industry Leader Perspectives

Our industry leaders share their perspectives and insights into the current and emerging challenges and opportunities facing Australia and how our clients are responding.

By looking beyond the obvious, it’s these unique insights that can help your business gain a truly competitive edge. You'll be able to clearly see the deeper issues facing your business and develop innovative solutions that maximise today’s possibilities while adding long-term value.

Going Beyond the obvious

Browse leader perspectives, new thinking articles and client stories that provide valuable up-to-the-minute insights into your industry and today's business world.

The private side of public investment

The private side of public investment


The importance of infrastructure to our economy cannot be underestimated. But how can governments offer attractive investment opportunities to private sector investors?

Active Research

Active Research 


For Active Research, securing tax credits meant focussing on their products, not their finances.

Map of Australia and neighbouring countries


KPMG in Australia employs over 5,000 people with locations around the country.
Find your local KPMG office.