KPMG in Cambodia inaugurated new office in the heart of Phnom Penh City
KPMG Cambodia on January 26 inaugurated its new offices at the Garden in the Air Tower (GIA) located in the heart of Phnom Penh.
The opening of the new offices is an important milestone in KPMG’s development and embodies the multinational accounting firm’s commitment to the future of Cambodia, and to providing a high quality workplace for a rapidly expanding team and to serving its clients.
“With our 130 years of history and more than 27 years in Cambodia, KPMG has demonstrated its belief in the strength and resilience of the Cambodian economy by investing in a world-class facility that is absolutely equivalent to the best offices in Cambodia and indeed to the very best KPMG offices around the world,” said KPMG Vietnam and Cambodia chairman and CEO Warrick Cleine.
Warrick said providing the best career prospects was a core mission of KPMG, and that he was proud to have a such productive environment and great people to work in it.
At the ceremony, KPMG Cambodia head of Audit and Assurance Services Nge Huy presented a picture of a small office with 10 people in it – which was taken more than two decades ago. Now KPMG Cambodia is home to more than 300 professionals in excellent, state-of-the art offices in GIA Tower.
The new KPMG offices are built to meet three objectives. Firstly, as a versatile workplace that provides ultra-modern, collaborative facilities to enable KPMG staff to work together most effectively.
Secondly, as a world class environment in which KPMG and their clients can work together to achieve successful and desired outcomes. Lastly, as the ideal place for clients and KPMG to meet, to work and to build lasting relationships.
KPMG Cambodia is committed to investing in its people, its services and its quality to help clients achieve sustainable and strong business performance.
Check out today’s Phnom Penh Post (Issue No. 3848, page 5) at: https://lnkd.in/gyyfzrz4