Our insurance practice comprises multi-disciplinary teams, led by senior partners with extensive experience.
Our insurance practice is led by senior partners with extensive industry experience.
KPMG’s insurance group provides services to help Australian insurers find sustainable pathways to growth. KPMG recognises that today's economic environment is forcing insurers to rethink the way they conduct business. Volatile markets, disruptive technologies, and a complex web of new regulations and compliance issues have brought financial services businesses to a crossroads.
While currently facing challenges, ranging from severe weather events, rapidly changing consumer expectations and the impacts of legacy products and systems, the underlying importance of insurance remains.
This environment creates both risks and opportunities, putting a premium on timely and sound business decision-making.
How we can help
KPMG’s Insurance group works with the general insurance, health, life, reinsurance and broking arms of the industry, helping them make better business decisions.
- external audit and internal audit services
- actuarial services, including insurance risk management and claims and underwriting
- tax services
- advice on risk, regulatory and compliance matters
- environmental, social and governance (ESG) advisory services
- analytics, information and modelling
- strategic review and advice
- advisory services supporting business, operational and tech transformation
We combine a strong local presence with access to a global network of experienced insurance professionals. This equips us to focus in on the issues that really matter to individual clients.
KPMG can help develop strategic and performance-oriented business models and collaborate with our clients to support the implementation of a sustainable connected enterprise. We advise on regulatory issues as they unfold and assist clients to fulfil their accounting, reporting, risk management and governance obligations.
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Octavio Gomez Haro