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KPMG Profile

About KPMG

KPMG drives positive, long-term change for clients, its people, and society at large by assisting other organizations in mitigating risks and seizing opportunities.

KPMG firms operate in 145 countries and territories, employing more than 236,000 people in FY21, supporting the needs of businesses, governments, public-sector organizations, not-for-profits, and the capital markets through their audit and assurance services. KPMG is dedicated to quality and service excellence in all they do, giving their all to clients and winning the public’s trust via their professional and personal actions and behaviors.

KPMG’s global leadership is committed to quality and integrity, with a passion for client success and a mission to serve and improve the communities in which KPMG firms operate. KPMG inspires confidence and empowers transformation in a world where rapid change and tremendous disruption are the new normal.


KPMG Founder(s)
Source: KPMG Facebook

Early years and mergers

In 1818, John Moxham established a company in Bristol. In 1857, James Grace and James Grace Jr. purchased John Moxham & Co. and renamed it James Grace & Son. Henry Grace joined James Jr. in 1861, and the firm was renamed James & Henry Grace; the firm later became Grace, Ryland & Co.

At the age of 17, William Barclay Peat joined Robert Fletcher & Co. in London and rose through the ranks to become the firm’s president in 1891, when it was renamed William Barclay Peat & Co. Thomson McLintock established Thomson McLintock & Co. in Glasgow in 1877. James Marwick and Roger Mitchell established Marwick Mitchell & Co. in New York City in 1897. Ferdinand William LaFrentz established the American Audit Co. in New York in 1899. The American Audit Company was renamed FW LaFrentz & Co. in 1923.

Frank Wilber Main established Main & Co. in Pittsburgh around 1913. Piet Klijnveld and Jaap Kraayenhof established Klynveld Kraayenhof & Co. in Amsterdam in March 1917. Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co. was formed in 1925 when William Barclay Peat & Co. and Marwick Mitchell & Co. merged. The merger of Main & Co and FW LaFrentz & Co in 1963 resulted in the formation of Main LaFrentz & Co. Thomson McLintock and Main LaFrentz merged in 1969 to form McLintock Main LaFrentz International, and McLintock Main LaFrentz International absorbed Grace, Ryland & Co.

KMG (Klynveld Main Goerdeler) was founded in 1979 by Klynveld Kraayenhof & Co. (Netherlands), McLintock Main LaFrentz (United Kingdom/United States), and Deutsche Treuhandgesellschaft (Germany) as a grouping of independent national practices to create a strong European-based international firm. Reinhard Goerdeler, CEO of Deutsche Treuhandgesellschaft (son of leading anti-Nazi activist Carl Goerdeler, who would have become Chancellor if Operation Valkyrie had succeeded), became the first CEO of KMG. Main Lafrentz & Co. merged with Hurdman and Cranstoun to form Main Hurdman & Cranstoun in the United States.

In 1987, KMG and Peat Marwick merged to form the first mega-merger of large accounting firms, KPMG in the United States and most of the rest of the world, and Peat Marwick McLintock in the United Kingdom.

In the Netherlands, following the merger of PMI and KMG in 1988, PMI tax advisors joined Meijburg & Co. (The tax advisory agency Meijburg & Co. was founded by Willem Meijburg, Inspector of National Taxes, in 1939). The Netherlands is currently the only country with two KPMG International members: KPMG Audit (accountants) and Meijburg & Co. (tax consultants).

KPMG Peat Marwick was renamed KPMG in 199. KPMG and Ernst & Young announced their merger in October 1997. While the merger to form PricewaterhouseCoopers was approved by regulators, the KPMG/Ernst & Young alliance was later abandoned.

Recent years

In 2001, KPMG spun off its United States consulting firm, KPMG Consulting, which was rebranded BearingPoint, in an initial public offering. BearingPoint filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in early 2009. In 2002, Atos purchased the UK and Dutch consulting divisions.

KPMG sold its Dispute Advisory Services to FTI Consulting in 2003 after selling its legal unit, Klegal.

In October 2007, KPMG’s member firms in the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein merged to form KPMG Europe LLP. Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, the CIS (Azerbaijan, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Georgia), Turkey, Norway, and Saudi Arabia followed. They appointed John Griffith-Jones and Ralf Nonnenmacher as joint Chairmen.

KPMG International Limited was established in London, England in 2020.

KPMG UK appointed its first female leaders in February 2021, succeeding Bill Michael, who stepped down after making controversial comments. Bina Mehta was appointed acting UK chairman, and Mary O’Connor assumed Michael’s executive responsibilities as acting senior partner in the UK. O’Connor left the firm in April 2021 after being passed over for a permanent position.

Founder(s)William Barclay Peat James Marwick Roger Mitchell
HeadquartersLondon, England
TypeUnited Kingdom Limited Company
Locations145 countries and territories across the globe
Key PeopleBill Thomas (Global Chairman)
Number of Employees236,000 (2021)
RevenueUS$32.13 billion (2021)
Consulting Services
  • Audit and Assurance
  • Tax and Lega
  • Advisory
  • Private Enterprise
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  • Automotive
  • Banking and Capital Markets
  • Chemical and Performance Technologies
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Financial Services
  • Governance and Public Sector
  • Healthcare
  • Life Sciences
  • Industrial Manufacturing
  • Infrastructure
  • Insurance
  • Media
  • Mining
  • Private Equity
  • Real Estate
  • Sport
  • Technology
  • Telecoms
Social Media

KPMG employees strive to positively impact both the success of their clients and society as a whole. This includes considering trends affecting clients, communities, and society as a whole, as well as anticipating the impact of its work. KPMG is committed to delivering quality in everything they do, as well as to continuously improving audit quality and preserving its independence, both of which are critical to meeting its responsibilities to the capital markets.

KPMG values guide its daily behaviors, informing how the firm should act, the decisions it makes, and how its people work with each other, their clients, the companies it audits, and all of its stakeholders. KPMG values are as follows:

  • Integrity: do what is right.
  • Excellence: never stop learning and improving.
  • Courage: think and act boldly.
  • Together: respect each other and draw strength from our differences.
  • For Better: do what matters.

Why Work at KPMG?

86% of employees at KPMG LLP say it is a great place to work compared to 57% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company.

Typical Company 57%


People here are given a lot of responsibility


Our customers would rate the service we deliver as “excellent”.


When you join the company, you are mode to feel welcome.


Management is honest and ethical in its business practices.


I am affered training or development to futher myself professionally.

True values

KPMG is founded on strong values such as trust, quality, integrity, and collaboration. Because the firm believes that working together can make a difference, it incorporates these principles into everything it does. KPMG’s work has an impact on its clients, and that impact has an impact on the marketplace in general and on society in general.

Learning and development

KPMG employees’ skills, knowledge, and capabilities are critical to the firm’s success. That is why the firm is fully committed to fostering a culture of continuous learning – one in which every experience increases the employees’ professional confidence and builds their individual career capital.

As an employee, they will be given the opportunity – and the encouragement – to expand their business knowledge and receive additional support, whenever and wherever they need it. The KPMG Business School provides access to the most recent technical, business, and leadership skill development. Even when they are not at their desk, there will always be opportunities to learn: the assignments they work on – as well as the talented people to work with – will serve as another foundation for knowledge-building.

When one joins KPMG, the candidate will be given a personal development plan that is tailored to their specific needs and goals. Including a potent mix of technical training, coaching and mentoring, industry secondments, and skill-building programs. When they reach key milestones, such as becoming a new manager, the firm will make it a priority to recognize their accomplishments and provide them with the resources they need to advance in their career.

Career progression

Whether the goal is to become a Partner, a deep technical expert, work in an industry, or pursue a long-term assignment abroad, KPMG will provide the candidate with the tools needed to succeed. The career support and learning environment at KPMG will allow them to explore a wide range of career paths and opportunities. They can also discuss their ambitions with a mentor or career coach, or with their performance manager, about how to best achieve them.

Many KPMG employees have had long and successful careers with the firm. Others use the skills, experience, and business knowledge they gain there to do incredible things outside of the organization. Whatever path their career takes, the time they spend here will benefit their resume. And no matter where they go in life, they will always be a part of a powerful and influential network.

International assignments

Clients of KPMG operate in every corner of the globe. And the firm is there for them, ready to assist. That is why the company makes it as simple as possible for its employees to pursue foreign career prospects. KPMG employees are encouraged to renew their passports, pack their belongings, and prepare to widen their mentality – and skill set – through both short-term and permanent overseas relocation opportunities.

These international experiences are an excellent way to develop professional skills while exploring new cultural environments. They will have the opportunity to make an impact on global business and advance one’s career. Prepare to learn from a variety of perspectives, expand their professional network, and drive innovative solutions. Given that KPMG operates in 145 countries and territories around the world, there is bound to be a global opportunity that is ideal for them.

Inclusion & diversity

Working at KPMG means seeing the world through many different lenses and with a truly collaborative spirit. The firm encourages its employees to be themselves while also respecting others; this is central to the firm’s values and beliefs.

The firm envisions a future in which everyone feels included, regardless of where they work or live, and diversity is celebrated, because the firm believes that an inclusive future is a better future for all.

Rewards and recognition

KPMG recognizes potential, develops talent, and rewards excellence. Aside from competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, they will benefit from an environment that encourages them to fulfill a sense of purpose and drive long-term change. They will be recognized for their skills and valued for the perspective they bring to their colleagues and clients as part of the KPMG culture of appreciation.

Many KPMG member firms offer flexible programs that can be tailored to their specific requirements. This could include flexible work resources such as mobile working options.

Extended healthcare

Including medical, drug, and dental coverage, access to a Health Spending Account, mandatory life insurance coverage, and additional optional life insurance and accident insurance.

Retirement and savings plan

To help them achieve their financial goals, KPMG offers a pension plan that is a defined contribution plan that allows them and KPMG both contribute to. To help them achieve their short and long-term savings goals, the Group Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), Non-Registered Savings Plan, and Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) is also available.

Lifestyle spending account

This can be used to reimburse his/her health-related products and services such as fitness equipment and memberships, travel expenses, pet products and services, and more.

In addition to the Wellness Pool, KPMG offers a variety of programs to support their well-being in four key areas: physical, mental, financial, and life@work. These programs include:

Remote work and travel program

This program was designed to give KPMG employees more flexibility in terms of where they can work.

Workday flexibility

KPMG offers 50 hours of personal care time per year for unplanned personal commitments or mental health/well-being time. KPMG also offers a variety of flexible work arrangements to help people meet personal or family needs.


KPMG is committed to cultivating a strong culture of recognition. KPMG’s Thanks, Spotlight, and Above and Beyond programs allow all KPMG employees to express their gratitude to one another.

Financial assistance for volunteering

KPMG recognizes their employees’ volunteering efforts in a variety of ways, including donating to their preferred community organization for his/her volunteer hours or our KPMG Social Impact Awards, which recognize their exemplary positive social impact.

Accreditation awards

Financial rewards for successfully completing professional education milestones.

Becoming a parent

KPMG provides birth mothers with income benefits, new fathers and adoptive parents with four weeks of paid parental leave, and financial assistance for adoption/surrogacy-related expenses.

Support for mental health

KPMG provides a $2,000 annual firm-funded reimbursement for each employee and member of the employee family for an extensive list of mental health practitioners, as well as 24/7 access to Employee & Family Assistance Program professionals.

Employee and family assistance program

A free, virtual, and completely confidential emotional support line for employees and their families. Callers are connected directly to a trained counselor who can provide or refer them to assistance in English or French.

Leaves of absence

Time off to assist with personal matters, pursue interests and hobbies, volunteer, participate in an educational program, or travel.

Home workspace account

Financial assistance in establishing an ergonomically sound home office space.

Tuition reimbursement

Financial assistance for employees who continue their education through part-time studies.

Disability benefits

Covers both sick days and financial support in the event of a short or long-term disability.

Emergency travel assistance

KPMG ensures that the employees’ expenses are covered that may arise if they have an emergency while traveling abroad.

Source: KPMG website and Glassdoor
Note: The benefits listed above vary from location and country due to the rules and regulations of each location.

At KPMG, the following roles are offered:

PositionRole Description
InternLast year’s students and graduates are eligible to participate in KPMG’s paid internship program. It lasts between 3 and 6 months, depending on the department. Interns at KPMG are involved in project assignments from the start. Almost everyone who successfully completed the Internship Program will be offered a position as an Auditor or Consultant at KPMG.
Auditor/Consultant/ ExecutiveStudents and recent graduates can also work as Assistants at KPMG. They participate in a variety of training sessions and programs to broaden their job-specific knowledge and learn the tools and methodologies KPMG uses in its work. As project team members, they carry out their responsibilities with the assistance of more experienced colleagues.
Supervisor/Senior Consultant/AssociateEmployees with at least two years of experience who are promoted can be in charge of project team coordination in addition to performing all duties assigned as part of their regular work. After another year, they are promoted to the position of Supervisor, which requires more operational independence as a stepping stone toward becoming a Manager.
ManagerSufficient qualifications and experience gained in previous positions open the door to managerial advancement. Managers oversee the work of numerous project teams and help their subordinates advance in their careers. Managers are assigned to client groups and are responsible for completing projects commissioned by those clients.
Senior ManagerSenior Managers are experienced Managers and specialists in their field who are responsible for outlining the overall operational direction of their teams and making strategic decisions. They manage collaboration with a large client base.
DirectorAn employee may be promoted to Director after serving as a Senior Manager for at least two years. Directors represent the firm in strategic client contacts and develop their own client portfolio. They also oversee the career development of department employees while managing a department or section.
PartnerPartners make strategic decisions, manage the firm’s market position, and are held accountable for delivering high-quality work as well as the overall performance of the divisions for which they are responsible.

Compensation per Position/Role



(Base Average Salary/Per Year)

New York (in $)London (in £)Mumbai (in ₹)
Analyst$83,505/yr £37,314/yr₹4,13,417/yr
Sr Consultant$109,629/yr £52,157/yr₹15,40,937/yr
Assistant Manager£51,244/yr₹15,52,335/yr
Associate Director$180,355/yr£93,047/yr₹35,00,000/yr

Source: Glassdoor, 2022

Note: (-) indicates data not available


Undergraduate/Master’s Salary at KPMG

The below-mentioned salaries are typical Undergraduate/Master’s for joining at Associate/Manager level.

LocationBase SalarySigning BonusRelocation package
Global$77,000up to $7,500up to $2,000
UK £29,150

Source: Management Consulted 2022 Report


MBA Salary at KPMG

The below-mentioned salaries are typical for MBA graduates joining at Associate/Manager level

LocationBase SalaryBonusSigning BonusRelocation Package
Global$145,000Up to $17,400Up to $35,000Up to $5,000

Source: Management Consulted 2022 Report

Celebrating #EmployeeAppreciationDay

Cycling event

Sze Yeng Lee, Audit Partner at KPMG Singapore, volunteers with an organization that brings together corporations to support education and training for disadvantaged youth.

Employees from @kpmgjp volunteered to help preserve Kumano Kodo, a network of sacred nature trails in Japan.

KPMG running event

KPMG 100km running event

KPMG radio co-hosted by CEO Harry Van Donink is a digital event encouraging interactions

Nicolas Richard, Head of Advisory at KPMG France, has opened his home to refugees in order to help them rebuild their lives.

KPMG Brazil

KPMG Singapore


Note: Images are from KPMG Glassdoor, Facebook and Instagram account

KPMG in the US
Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality, according to the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, with a perfect score of 100 on its 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI).

Working Mother magazine named KPMG in its list of the Top Companies for Multicultural Women for the eleventh consecutive year in 2020.

KPMG has been named one of the 2019 Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE magazine.

DiversityInc’s 2019 Top 50 Companies for Diversity (ranked No. 9).

KPMG in the UK
KPMG was named the top professional services firm in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index Top 100 rankings in 2020.

KPMG was named a champion of social mobility for the third year in a row in 2019, finishing in the top two of the Social Mobility Employer Index for the first time since its inception.

KPMG Australia
The Australian Workplace Equality Index Awards presented a silver tier award for 2020, recognizing work done in workplace inclusivity for LGBTQ+ people.

KPMG in Canada

KPMG was named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers and one of the Top Employers for Young People in 2020.

KPMG was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Top Family-Friendly Employers, and Top Employers in Greater Toronto in 2021.

KPMG in India
KPMG won the Top 10 Working Mother & Avtar ‘Best Company for Women in India’ (BCWI) award for the second time in 2020.

Furthermore, in the second edition of the Working Mother & Avtar Most Inclusive Companies Index (MICI), KPMG was named a ‘Champion of Inclusion’.

KPMG China
KPMG China was the first corporation to receive Dialogue Experience’s iCorp One – Star Inclusive Office Award in 2016.

KPMG in Malaysia
Human Resources Excellence Awards 2016 – Silver in Graduate Recruitment & Development and Bronze in Workplace Wellbeing. Finalist in the categories of Excellence in CSR Strategy and Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion.

2016/17 Life At Work Awards Honouree to recognize and celebrate employers with leading workplace strategies that champion in Inclusion & Diversity (I&D).

Received the CEO Champion 2015 for Life At Work Awards in Diversity & Inclusion by TalentCorp.

KPMG in Pakistan
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan awarded Moneeza Usman Butt, Partner, the CA Women of the Year 2018 Award.

  • Yvo de Boer – Former chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Climate Change and Director General of the Global Green Growth Institute.
  • David Carew – Sierra Leone’s Minister of Trade and Industry
  • Paul Glasson – National Vice President for the Australia China Business Council
  • J. Spencer Lanthier – Former Director at the Bank of Canada
  • James Marwick – Director at AT&T
  • Richard Solomons – Chief Executive of InterContinental Hotels Group

Getting Hired at KPMG

To make their way into the organization, an applicant must pass a series of examinations and interviews. These are carefully crafted to evaluate individuals and establish the greatest fit for the company.

Please note: the following procedure phases are provided for one’s broad understanding of KPMG’s evaluation technique and are simply illustrative. The actual review procedure may differ depending on factors such as the candidate’s profile, position, and role requirements.

Online assessment test

Shortlisted applicants must use their computer to take this proctored test, which is given via an invite-only link. These assessments usually last 60-90 minutes and contain questions for understanding, interpretation, logical and verbal reasoning, and psychometric ability.

This assessment may also be used by some practises to check skill in areas like quantitative math and data analytics.

Group discussion

An open discussion activity that allows for the assessment of soft skills such as oral communication, articulation, structured thinking, attitude, and characteristics such as proactiveness, presence of mind, teamwork, and leadership.

Case study round

Direct interaction with a recruiter in person, over the phone, or virtually to assess overall fit within the designated role and the firm at large, as well as behavioral aspects of the applicant – personality, business awareness, skills and ability, resilience..

Evaluation by recruiter

Case studies are frequently used to evaluate subject matter expertise. They can, however, be used in other ways to assess verbal or written communication, pragmatic thinking, general knowledge, and business acumen. This evaluation may take the form of a written test or an interactive discussion.

Evaluation by technical panel

Direct interaction with hiring team personnel in-person/telephonically/virtually to assess a candidate’s technical competency required for the job in addition to the attributes mentioned above. This assessment is typically ‘one on one,’ but in some cases, a panel of two to three interviewers is present.

This stage may also include interactions with members of the hiring team ranging from the Hiring Manager to the Team Lead, the Business Leader/Partner, and even the Function Heads.


When you’re ready to dive into the depths of a job search, it’s always a good idea to assess what you’re good at and what you’re most passionate about.

Self-assurance will assist you in selecting a role that excites you and, as a result, in developing a fulfilling career. Consider the following before applying for the position:

  • What do you excel at? What has been your most rewarding job in the past? How did you pull it off?
  • What piques your interest, and what do you prefer to work on?
  • Are you a good team player or do you prefer to be an individual contributor?
  • Are you good at problem solving or moving a discussion forward?

Search and apply

  • You will be able to choose the better role from the available options after some self-evaluation.
  • Knowing just the role is not enough; learn about the company, its culture, presence, and lines of business to better understand your fit with them.
  • Create a resume that is succinct but comprehensive, connecting the dots between your profile and the job description. Proofread your resume and application before submitting to avoid careless errors or muddles.
  • Understand and complete each step of the application process (online, email, or walk-in) from the company’s resources.
  • In due course, follow-up. Overeagerness can be misinterpreted as desperation or meddling behavior.

Before the interview

  • Do your research. Read the job description and company profile thoroughly. Speak with your friends/network to gain a better understanding.
  • Prepare your questions in advance. If the interviewer allows it, have any questions answered during the interview.
  • Remove any items that may cause distraction. Throughout the interview, make sure your phone is set to silent mode.
  • In the case of a virtual/digital interview, test your audio/video and required software a few hours before the evaluation process, ensuring constant internet connectivity. Allowing yourself time before the selection process begins can help you relax and boost your confidence.
  • Make sure the room is well-lit and there is minimal background noise while on the video call. Ascertain a professional background/setup.
  • Dress for success. Understand the company’s preferred dress code. When in doubt, choose corporate/business/formal clothing and footwear.
  • Work out a strategy for dealing with stress.
  • Prepare for interview questions. Prior experiences or achievements, case studies, behavioral or skill-based questions are all common interview topics. Consider how you might respond to the questions ahead of time. Take some time to discuss such issues with a friend. You could also videotape a mock interview and analyze your performance for areas for improvement.
  • Don’t overlook the statistics. Remember to back up your examples for highlighting personal achievements and/or contributions with stats and data so the interviewer can interpret and validate your thoroughness and detail.

During the interview

  • Be true to yourself. Be truthful in your responses. The interviewers have been trained to spot unethical behavior.
  • First impressions are important. What can we say, the adage is correct. When meeting in person, give a firm handshake and a confident smile. In the case of virtual/digital meetings, a warm greeting can take the place of the handshake.
  • Take notice: Don’t let your attention wander during the interview, and give detailed but succinct responses.
  • Take note of your body language. Maintain eye contact and avoid being too rigid (yet not overly relaxed either). Don’t get too comfortable.
  • Allow yourself plenty of time. Listen carefully and organize your thoughts before responding to technical or case-based questions.
  • The question should be questioned. If you’re unsure about a question, ask. It demonstrates that you are paying attention.
  • Be inventive, but not at the expense of context.
  • Avoid defending your idea/point of view at all costs by being open to feedback.
  • Don’t use the words “umm” or “uhh.” Fill the pause with silence rather than fumbling.
  • Keep an eye on the time so it doesn’t slip away unnoticed.
  • Deep breathing or any other technique that helps you relax and manage tension should be used.

After the interview

  • When asked if you have any questions or need clarification, ask insightful questions that genuinely interest you. Reiterate your interest in the position and reflect on some of the interview’s highlights. Remember to be brief, gracious, and timely.
  • A closing note such as “thank you for your time” goes a long way toward demonstrating your professional demeanor.
  • Allow time for a response/feedback. Wait for the interviewer/recruiter to respond within the timeframe and deadlines established. If that deadline has passed, please send an email follow-up to the employer.

Some of the interview questions that were posed to the candidate recently are as follows:

For the Consultant Role:

  • Do you have much experience with financial modeling in the context of this business unit?
  • What is your weakest professional trait?
  • Why this field and why now?
  • Why should we hire you?

For Senior Consultant Role:

  • What do you do to keep up-to-date and current with developments and best practices in your chosen career path?
  • Tell me about yourself, in brief.
  • Why are you applying for this role?
  • What is KPMG’s share price?
  • Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  • How many routers & repeaters will you apply for in an institution?
  • What are your strengths & weaknesses?
  • What are a few technologies you’re excited about and explain their use case.
  • How can we find a renovation cost?
  • What is the trend in the retail banking industry?

For the Manager role:

  • Why are you interested in working for the specific function of KPMG you are applying for?  
  • How do you deliver impact?
  • How do you seek growth?
  • How do you inspire trust?
  • What was the biggest challenge in your career?
  • How are you dealing with budget management (planning/overruns)?
  • What are your 3 biggest strengths?
  • Which type of upward and downward feedback did you receive?
  • What is your motivation to come to KPMG [location]?

Work-Life Balance

  • Excellent place to work with a huge scope of knowledge enrichment. A well-directed and process-driven organization with an excellent culture of help and support to fellow employees. One of the best HRs I have ever seen.
  • Learning is good if you take multiple assignments at once but that will impact your work-life balance.
  • The company is good to start your career, plus you get knowledge & work experience from here. You can learn management skills here, plus how to deal with sudden obstacles & how to handle pressure & all.

Pay & Benefits

  • An amazing and productive environment. Really helpful for the growing years. A fun workplace to work in, and great opportunities are provided. The perks and benefits were enormous.
  • Great place to work. Fantastic team members and seniors. Good compensation including bonus. Great exposure. fantastic learnings and good career growth.


  • It was productive and also a fun place to work with the colleagues and also there was fun with the team I worked with. I had a team who was working with me that was far too motivated and also kept me motivated to stay on the right track and would also treat me whenever I reached any milestone for the same.
  • A typical day at work involves talking to various clients, updating the progress status with the partner, and having a few mugs of coffee. The exciting work culture and amazing team weed out the stress from the system and makes the workplace a fun place.


  • It is very good to work and be part of KPMG. In the future, if I get an opportunity to work there again I would love to. It has a beautiful administration team. They are present and ready to help after working hours also.
  • Amazing workplace coupled with strong employee satisfaction programs bolstered by continuous improvement and a learning culture. Upper management lends a sympathetic ear to everyone in the hierarchy.


Among all the management consulting firms, KPMG believes that its success lies in the quality of people’s work. Their culture is also built on a system that rewards performance and nurtures talent. KPMG is a good option for early-career professionals to get hands-on experience in the real world and get trained through their academy. While the revenue might be less compared to the other Big 4 companies, KPMG sees itself as a long-term partner for clients and wants its stakeholders and employees to be proud of what they do.