KPMG in Central & Eastern Europe has over 4,700 staff working in 18 countries and is part of the KPMG global network of member firms.
KPMG provides audit, tax & advisory services. We work closely with our clients, helping them to mitigate risks and grasp opportunities.
KPMG in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) continues to build upon its success in the region.
It is now 26 years since our region’s first KPMG member firm was established in CEE. Since then we have grown to a point where we have 4,700 staff working in 18 countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
Our regional practice’s local knowledge within these markets will always be an essential element of the value we provide - increasingly it is our ability to work across geographical and regional borders that allows us to answer questions and approach complex issues which keep management awake at night.
KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”) is a Swiss entity. It is the coordinating entity for a global network of independent firms.
Our structure is designed to support consistency of service quality and adherence to agreed values wherever in the world our member firms operate.
Client services are provided by KPMG member firms or by other independent firms licensed by member firms to use the KPMG name. Each KPMG firm is separate and legally distinct. KPMG International does not provide services to clients.
Member firms are located in 155 countries. Collectively, they employ more than 162,000 people. In KPMG’s Central & Eastern Europe practice, around 4,700 staff work in 18 countries.
We deliver a wide range of Audit, Tax and Advisory services to many of the region's – and the world's – fastest growing and leading business enterprises, as well as government bodies.
KPMG also offers a full range of services to help support middle market businesses.
KPMG successfully helps clients meet their business challenges.
Successfully helping clients meet their business challenges requires having an in-depth knowledge and experience in the business sectors in which they operate. KPMG member firms bring together expertise in key segments across industries, including Financial Services; Consumer Markets; Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare; Industrial Markets; and Technology, Media & Telecommunications. This expertise enables or professionals not only bring an informed perspective on market challenges and opportunities in a specific sector, but also to bring insights from one sector to another – sharing best practices and leading thinking. In this section, leaders of some of our fastest-growing sector practices discuss how KPMG professionals are helping clients respond to challenges in rapidly-changing markets.