KPMG Israel is home to more than 1,300 professionals, including 77 audit, tax, and advisory partners and principals. We are all committed to the fulfillment of the firm’s vision and to professional excellence in the provision of services. KPMG Israel operates four branches across Israel: Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, and Beer Sheba.
Our collaboration with KPMG’s global network operating in 154 countries offers the depth, resources, and experience required for providing an array of integrated services based on in-depth multi-sector knowledge to support the company’s business objectives.
Our people are the lifeblood of our firm. Our professionals are equipped with a unique set of capabilities comprised of skills, expertise, and experience in different sectors.
Such as in-depth business, accounting, and economy proficiency, extensive knowledge of domestic and international tax, strategy, risk and controls management, sustainability, corporate responsibility, and more.
We are positioned as an innovation center for clients in Israel and abroad thanks to our cutting-edge technology development capabilities.
The set of technology solutions and services we offer, either created at our solutions lab or through strategic partnerships, are based on the most advanced technologies available including artificial intelligence, big data, and smart automation.
For us, innovation is not an empty word. It is an integral part of our work mindset, continually driving us to think outside of the box.
Our understanding of global trends and ever-changing business models, together with knowledge sharing through KPMG’s global network and close collaboration with startups, are the building blocks for guiding towards success.
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