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Glossary 

It is the nature of business to shorten names and titles to acronyms and to have an ever-increasing number of terms which might puzzle the uninitiated. This page offers some definitions.


Joint venture

Knowledge Management

Key Performance Indicators

A forum where organizations can learn more about the requirements of section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act,  and discuss ways to address the evolution of effective internal controls.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing services to clients in the electronics and software sectors.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing financial services.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing tax services to organizations in the financial services sector.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing services to clients in the automotive sector

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing services to clients in the chemicals sector.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing services to clients in the food, drink and consumer goods sectors including food, drink, tobacco, apparel, consumer durables fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), and luxury goods.

KPMG International Financial Reporting Group. A network of KPMG professions based in KPMG member firms providing international financial reporting services.

A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing indirect tax services.

KPMG International Cooperative (KPMG International) is a Swiss entity that serves as a coordinating entity for a network of independent firms.

Learning & Development

KPMG partner with overall responsibility for managing the KPMG member firms' relationship with the client.

Line of Business. An industry sector group classification used by KPMG.