PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG numbers out mid-week

KPMG numbers out mid-week

KPMG has announced it will release its financial results for 2001 in the middle of this week.

The firm, which was the first to publish a fully audited report and accounts, will follow Ernst & Young’s results published last month, which revealed a 15% increase in growth.

Last year, KPMG recorded fees of Pounds 1.2bn, a 12% increase on 1999.

At the time Mike Rake, KPMG’s senior partner, took a sideswipe at the other accountancy firms who didn’t publish their accounts.

Links

Recovery work ups E&Y fees

Rival urges PwC to come clean

Related Articles

Sexual harassment – is accountancy next for #MeToo?

Accounting Firms Sexual harassment – is accountancy next for #MeToo?

3d Karen Baxter, Lewis Silkin
Johnston Carmichael CEO appointed as ICAS president

Accounting Firms Johnston Carmichael CEO appointed as ICAS president

4w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
British Accountancy Awards 2018 – entries open!

Accounting Firms British Accountancy Awards 2018 – entries open!

1m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Is the accountancy sector facing an international talent crisis?

Accounting Firms Is the accountancy sector facing an international talent crisis?

1m Lewis Silkin
RSM appoints new Chief Operating Officer

Accounting Firms RSM appoints new Chief Operating Officer

2m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
RSM announces 11 partner promotions

Accounting Firms RSM announces 11 partner promotions

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
BDO hires former AstraZeneca creative director as head of digital and innovation

Accounting Firms BDO hires former AstraZeneca creative director as head of digital and innovation

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
What does the future hold for listed accountancy firms?

Accounting Firms What does the future hold for listed accountancy firms?

2m Fergus Payne, Lewis Silkin