KPMG numbers out mid-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.


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