Contact details and address of the KPMG in Zambia office


With a worldwide presence, KPMG International continues to build on its member firms' 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.

About KPMG in Zambia

KPMG has been operating in Zambia since 1954. With a presence in Lusaka and Kitwe, our client base consists of government, major parastatals, unlisted and quoted companies, donor agencies, non-governmental organisations, SMEs, banks and technology companies.

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Our reputation is created by the way the people within our member firms act with clients, colleagues and their communities.

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Corporate Citizenship

Citizenship is embedded in the KPMG International values and it recognises its firms have the scale, influence and business knowledge to make a significant and positive contribution to the issues that affect its communities and environments. Find out more about its Corporate Citizenship strategy and how it is putting its skills to work. Click here to find out more about its global commitment to corporate citizenship and the work it is doing.


KPMG firms have some of the world’s leading providers of audit, tax and advisory services. We have more than 138 000 people operating in over 150 countries.


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The KPMG network achieved record-high global revenues of USD23.42 billion for the 2013 fiscal year, an increase of 3.7 percent in local currency terms over the prior year, recording growth across Audit, Tax and Advisory functions and key industries. Significant investment in new client services such as Data and Analytics and a focus on high-growth markets helped to deliver strong growth. Revenues rose in all three regions – the Americas, EMA, and Asia Pacific, with double-digit gains in targeted high-growth markets, including India, Mexico, Africa, and China. By continuing to make investments through the economic downturn, we are well-placed to meet the upturn in client demand as cautious optimism returns to the global economy.
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