How do I get to KPMG
We leave the cathedral in Cologne. And are there for you worldwide.
Think internationally. Act regionally.
The world has become a global marketplace - and many regions are developing with incredible dynamism. With its international network and 26 locations in Germany alone, KPMG ensures that global progress always includes a local pillar. This is especially true for the Cologne region.
Here, between Aachen, Bonn, the Sauerland and the Siegerland, KPMG is firmly rooted. We know the people, we know the companies and structures. And as true local patriots, we are proud of our megacity: It is North Rhine-Westphalia’s largest and Germany’s fourth largest metropolis, particularly centrally located thanks to the Rhine, its proximity to the Ruhr area and the Benelux countries - and one of the most important German economic, educational and Research locations.
And yet, in and around Cologne, too, many industries are going through serious changes. Digitization and issues such as the shortage of skilled workers and internationalization are associated with major challenges for medium-sized companies. The changed business models raise many questions that need innovative answers.
Our specialists provide it: With assessments for many company areas, they support you in evaluating opportunities and risks and provide suitable benchmarks. They help companies to recognize changes at an early stage, to determine their location in order to break new ground, and to use cross-border synergies.
In Cologne, too, you benefit from innovative solutions and the knowledge from our regional and international network. So that you are always a good idea ahead of the market.
Today. For tomorrow. For Cologne.
As strong as the region
What does KPMG stand for in Cologne? For auditing, corporate and tax consulting, of course. For efficient business processes and secure structures. For in-depth knowledge of the challenges facing family businesses. And for answers to questions about the future relating to regulation, globalization and digitization. Because growth needs widely ramified roots, we are well networked with regional associations and strong in many areas of the regional economy.
And that with many focuses:
- KPMG and family businesses belong together. Against the background of digitization and transformation, we also ensure stronger links with start-ups.
- Our many years of experience in the public sector is the basis for strong growth. Here KPMG provides comprehensive and sustainable support in overcoming future challenges, provides holistic solutions in consulting and is also a leader in audits in the public sector.
- Various sectors such as trade, telecommunications and the chemical industry have benefited from the consulting expertise of our practice-oriented partners for years.
- Our insurance competence in audit and tax, but especially in advice, reflects the strength of Cologne as an insurance location.
- We are also generating strong growth in the consulting area, for example in the area of data & analytics. And support companies in answering questions about how they can convert internal and external company data into values, develop innovations and generate strategic advantages.
- The area of transaction consulting is developing particularly dynamically with over 20% sales growth (as of 2020). We support companies, for example, in the context of IPOs and acquisitions.
KPMG, Cologne, plain text:
- 970 employees in Cologne
- 200 consulting / deal advisory experts
- 155 tax advisors
- 90 auditors
KPMG in Germany
- > 12,000 employees at 26 locations
KPMG network worldwide
- > 200,000 employees in 147 countries
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