Norway and Saudi Arabia have joined KPMG Europe’s network of member firms, swelling its ranks to sixteen countries.
The other firms in KPMG Europe’s network hail from the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Georgia and Turkey.
The combined firm will have over 30,000 partners and staff working from over 120 offices – with total revenues in the region of €4.7bn (£4.1bn).
John Griffith-Jones and Rolf Nonnenmacher, joint chairmen of KPMG Europe said:
“We warmly welcome the decision of the partners in KPMG Norway and KPMG Saudi Arabia to join ELLP.
“We are already seeing clear benefits for both our clients and our people from being more closely aligned and are delighted to extend these to both joining countries.
“Their local expertise in energy and natural resource issues in particular will help us bring even deeper insight to our clients in what is a priority global growth area.”
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