KPMG Story

by KPMG Malaysia

Since their first establishment in Malaysia in 1928, KPMG has provided three main services which includes audit, tax and advisory. They continue to be the first choice not just for their clients, but for both local students and around the globe.

KPMG is constantly devoted to inspire confidence and empower change as they are all united with the KPMG values. KPMG also empowers women to lead in the workplace by focusing on women employment to increase the gender balance within the organisation. This is because of their firm’s strong belief that diversity and inclusiveness help the firm to grow even further, therefore, benefiting more people. The Advisory Ace and the Global Opportunities program are examples of the dynamic platforms designed by KPMG which focus on internal training and enhancing learning culture through continuous exposure.

As it has been addressed by Mr. Anil Nair, Consultant of Talent Engagement for KPMG Malaysia, KPMG also focuses on student development through the KPMG Ambassadorship Program and the ASEAN Scholarship. KPMG has three main branches that provide structured career opportunities for interns and students from different academic disciplines.

In line with their goal to create the sense of togetherness, KPMG offers various benefits for their employees which includes medical benefits and several other perks. On top of the annual leave, KPMG offers the Golden Week Off as an opportunity for their employees to spend quality time with their families. Driven by performance, KPMG strives to go the extra mile by always thinking big and acting courageously, especially in the technology and data era.


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