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We are committed to providing independent audit services designed to enhance the reliability of information prepared by clients for use by investors, creditors and other stakeholders.

 

We work with national and international companies of all sizes and from all industries as well as with public sector organisations.

  • Financial Statement Audit

    KPMG provides independent audit services that help to enhance the reliability and credibility of the financial reporting undertaken by clients.

    KPMG's approach to audit of financial statements is geared to comply with International Standards on Auditing. View more

  • Attestation Services

    KPMG provides attestation services that are designed to help our clients address specific objectives. View more

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KPMG’s IFRS Institute in Bulgaria offers insight and thought leadership about the evolving global financial reporting framework.


The audit profession must evolve and change to remain relevant in today’s rapidly changing global economic environment. The Value of Audit explores key issues that are impacting audits today.


The KPMG Audit Committee Institute (ACI) is a growing international network which has been providing for over 15 years complimentary guidance and a variety of resources for audit committees.


European Union Audit Reform legislation is expected to become applicable in the 28 EU Member States in June 2016. This section can assist you with the understanding of the new legislation and its implications.

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Tzvetelina Koleva

Tzvetelina Koleva

Partner, Head of Audit

+359 (2) 9697 401

The new revenue recognition standard will have a broad impact

The new revenue recognition standard will have a broad impact
The new IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers will have a broad impact – not just changing the amounts and the timing of revenue, but requiring a redesign of the core systems and processes used to produce the numbers.

The new impairment model is likely to impact most banks’ regulatory capital

The new impairment model is likely to impact most banks’ regulatory capital
Kalina Saltiel, Manager, Audit, Financial Services described the new impairment model under IFRS 9 Financial Instruments and what it means for banks at the 2015 KPMG Business Seminar.

The European common enforcement priorities focus on disclosures

The European common enforcement priorities focus on disclosures
Dobrina Kaloyanova, Director, Audit presented what is high on the agenda of the European Securities and Markets Authority at the 2015 KPMG Business Seminar.