KPMG And Other Accounting Firms

If you are a professional in the financial or accounting fields, consider working for a company that is greatly successful, experienced, employs from many countries, and is able to maintain satisfied, goal driven employees. Such companies, as described in this article, are recognized to be superior in the audit, tax, and advisory fields.

KPMG is an audit, tax, and advisory service field with high recognition. In 2009, this company was soaring high with revenues over $20 million and a full, satisfied staff of over 135,000 in 140 counties. This company was created by William Peat in 1870 and started off as just Peat. In 1911, it became Peat Marwick Mitchell. In 1979, Klynveld Main Goerdeler was formed, and finally, in 1987, KPMG was formed. In 2001, KPMG divested BearingPoint.

Ernst & Young is a company offering the same services. The 2009 revenues for the company were over $21 billion and had 144,000 workers from 140 countries. The company began was Ernst & Enrst in 1903.

PricewaterhouseCoopers is the world’s most recognized and largest professional services firm. In 2009, the revenues for this company was more than $26 billion. It has a huge staff base of 163,000. PricewaterhouseCoopers was formed in 1998, and in 2002, was sold to IBM.

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is another large, successful audit, tax, consulting, and advisory company. In 2009, the company’s revenues were just over $26 billion. It has a large employee base consisting of 168,000 in 140 countries. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is a Swiss Verein and dates back to 1845

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