PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG Europe ‘to add Dutch firm’

KPMG Europe 'to add Dutch firm'

KPMG NL set to join German and UK merged firm, according to reports

The Dutch arm of accountancy group KPMG is to
merge with its British and German
counterparts to become part of the new KPMG Europe, the Financieele Dagblad has
reported.

The new organisation, whose headquarters will be in Frankfurt, will have a
combined turnover of over €3bn and a workforce of 17,000.

The KPMG Dutch operation has 22 offices and over 3,000 employees,
DutchNews.nl reported.

A spokesman for the UK firm declined to comment on the Dutch firm today, but
said: ‘We are in discussion with a number of European firms.’ 

Further reading:

Europe beckons for Big Four as KPMG pulls
off shock merger

German move blazes trail for the Big Four

KPMG seeking further EU mergers

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