About us

Who we are

Through helping other organizations mitigate risks and grasp opportunities, we can drive positive, sustainable change for clients, our people and society at large.

KPMG firms operate in 146 countries and territories, and in FY20, collectively employed close to 227,000 people, serving the needs of business, governments, public-sector agencies, not-for-profits and through KPMG firms’ audit and assurance practices, the capital markets. KPMG is committed to quality and service excellence in all that we do, bringing our best to clients and earning the public’s trust through our actions and behaviours both professionally and personally.

We lead with a commitment to quality and integrity across the KPMG global organization, bringing a passion for client success and a purpose to serve and improve the communities in which KPMG firms operate. In a world where rapid change and unprecedented disruption are the new normal, we inspire confidence and empower change in all we do.

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Delivering sustained outcomes which make a difference

Our approach embodies who we are: a community of solvers coming together in unexpected ways to deliver sustained outcomes for organisations, their customers, stakeholders and communities, which make a positive and enduring impact right across the value chain.

Our formula is simple: we deliver bold ideas, solutions which are human-led and tech-powered and meaningful experiences which deliver real-life results.

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Your long term partner

Geopolitical, economic and environmental uncertainties abound. We can help you address competing issues, and evaluate the impact of large shifts so you can plan for the future. And we bring a team of specialists together from across PwC to help establish a thorough, integrated strategy and direction.

We’ll collaborate with you over the long term to create resilience, driving your business, and the aerospace, defence and security industry, forward.

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