With a worldwide presence, KPMG in Moldova builds on successes thanks to clear vision, rigorously maintained values and, above all, its people. The following pages describe who we are, what we do and how we do it.
KPMG provides Audit
services and industry insight to help organizations negotiate risks and perform in the dynamic and challenging environments in which they do business. We assist firms and organizations in meeting their compliance requirements and help them to develop, adding value to our clients’ business. We have specialized staff with many different skills and backgrounds, and we are flexible - we adapt our services and develop new ones to meet the needs of clients as market conditions change.
At the core of KPMG's vibrant culture is a set of values that bring out the best in our people. KPMG International's network of member firms in 146 countries worldwide shares the same values. What are they and why do they work? Its reputation is created by the way the people act with clients, colleagues and communities.
Commitment to our communities is at the heart of KPMG’s values. Around the world, KPMG member firms are working with other companies, governments and non-government organizations (NGOs) to address poverty and make a positive difference in the environment.
KPMG firms are some of the world’s leading providers of Audit, Tax and advisory services. We have more than 152,000 people operating in over 156 countries. We aim to respond to the complex business challenges facing our firms' clients. We adopt a global approach spanning professional disciplines, industry sectors and national borders.
KPMG in Moldova opened its first office in 1997 in Chisinau and in 2001 became affiliated with KPMG in Romania. Both firms now employ more than 600 people, including both local and expatriate staff, who combine detailed experience of the Romanian and Moldovan markets with international know-how.
KPMG in Romania and Moldova achieved an annual turnover of over 33.3 million euro for the financial year ended September 2009 (32.6 million euro for the financial year ended 30 September 2008). This is based on financial statements, prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards and includes operations of the KPMG entities in Romania and the Republic of Moldova.