KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services firms, running a global network of member firms operating in 144 countries. Its UK branch offers audit, tax, and advisory services to multinational corporations, public bodies, and private individuals.
Around 10,000 people work for KPMG in the UK, and it has been voted as the Sunday Times Best Big Company to Work For by its staff members.
Graduate programmes are offered in: Tax, Audit, Advisory, and Business Services. All recruits can expect support for professional accreditation, an excellent suite of learning and development offerings, and masses of responsibility. It takes a while before graduates are allowed to truly take the driving seat, though plenty of support is given to get trainees confident and ready.
The business is a stimulating place to be, so the recruitment process ensures that the people who are selected are those who can hit the ground running. If you strive on intellectual challenge, problem solving, and thinking on your feet, you could be well placed for success.
The starting salary is KPMG is around £27,500, and the benefits package includes a pension scheme, life assurance, staff discounts, and much more.
KPMG stands for Klijnveld, Peat, Marwick & Goerdeler which are the names of the four partners that merged their firms to form KPMG.
Benefits of working for KPMG
Benefits typically include:
Private medical insurance
Company car scheme
Personal accident insurance