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Andreas Glunz

Managing Partner International Business

KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

Since the start of my career at KPMG Peat Marwick in 1991 I am acting as Auditor and Consultant of international groups in Germany; since 2000 as an Audit Partner, focusing on Japanese, US, UK and Scandinavian groups.
 

Head of Turkish Desk of KPMG in Germany between 2008-2010 and of Global Japanese Practice of KPMG in Germany between 2009-2015. Since 2015 Managing Partner of KPMG Germany´s entire International Business and all country corridors/country practices.
 

My main areas of activity currently comprise:

  • Advice of international groups in all phases of their life cycle from foundation to closure in and outside Germany and help with the constant flow of new challenges
  • Support of German groups with their international activities in close collaboration with the local KPMG member firms and the seconded employees from KPMG Germany in those countries
  • Constant development of the country corridors of the global KPMG network
  • Regular surveys, press releases and publications as well as public appearances as speaker at congresses and events related to international business topics with a connection to the business location Germany, often in cooperation with the foreign German chambers and international chambers in Germany and abroad
Andreas Glunz

Education and qualifications

  • Wirtschaftsprüfer (German Public Auditor)

  • Steuerberater (German Tax Advisor)

  • Diplom-Kaufmann (Graduate Degree in Business Administration)

Accreditation

  • Council Member of the British Chamber of Commerce in Germany (BCCG)

  • Member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany (AmCham), the German-Japanese Business Association (DJW), the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations (OA) and the German Asia-Pacific Business Association (OAV)

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