What is KPMG?

KPMG is one of the ‘Big Four’ Professional Services firms, offering solutions and expertise to clients in Audit, Tax and Advisory. In 2009, KPMG in the UK was named the best big company to work for by The Times. This was the fourth consecutive year that KPMG has made the top three.

As an integrated business, KPMG in the UK is in a strong position to respond to client needs, bringing together the right teams at the right time, across disciplines and across borders. The key to their success as a firm lies in their ability to match their insights and skills to the strategic goals of clients, day in and day out.

People are at the heart of their continued success and being part of KPMG is being part of a community of talented and innovative people, working together to have a positive, lasting impact on clients. No one type of person succeeds at KPMG; a diverse business requires diverse personalities, characters and perspectives. There really is a place for you here.


 What you could do there:

 

  • Work across functional sectors
  • Receive fantastic hands-on experience
  • Wide-ranging training and development programmes
  • Get involved with employee networks including societies, sports, leisure clubs and volunteering

Get involved with KPMG – Undergraduate and Graduates

Whether it’s great training and development, mobility opportunities or corporate responsibility volunteering activities – you’ll gain a wealth of experiences on which to build a rewarding career. Stay tuned on their current opportunities!

“In the UK, KPMG have over 12,000 partners and staff working in more than 20 offices. Being part of a strong global network of member firms gives us a truly global mindset.”

How do KPMG practice diversity and inclusion?

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Supporting professional  growth for everyone
KPMG’s seven national diversity networks engage nearly 40 percent of their people. They have:

  • Nearly 169 employee-driven local councils and chapters including  Abilities in Motion, African-American, Asian Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, KPMG’s Network of Women (KNOW), pride@kpmg LGBT, and Veterans networks
  • They provide their members with opportunities to participate in career-development programs, broaden professional experiences, and build career-enriching relationships, both within and beyond the firm.
  • After reviewing its graduate recruitment processes KPMG introduced Launch Pad in 2016, to ensure they attracted the best talent into the firm. The programme has played a crucial role in widening the diversity of its talent pool, with graduate recruitment now almost at a 50-50 gender balance (Real Business, 2017).

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