KPMG provides audit, tax and advisory services. We work closely with our clients, helping them to mitigate risks and grasp opportunities.
KPMG provides audit, tax and advisory services. We work closely with our clients...
Armine Movsisjana, Managing Partner
Rainers Vilāns, Director, Audit
Evija Šturca, Partner, Advisory
Andžs Ūbelis, Director, Management consulting
Kaspars Iesalnieks, Project Manager, IT risk and management consulting
Steve Austwick, Partner, Tax
Ilze Berga, Director, Tax
Irēna Lejiņa, Director, Tax
Ivita Žiaugre, KPMG Baltics SIA Executive assistant
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KPMG in Latvia
KPMG is one of the largest global networks of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. The first KPMG office in the Baltics was opened in Estonia in 1992, followed by Lithuania and Latvia in 1994. Our KPMG practices in the Baltics within KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe. Since establishment, each of our practices has demonstrated the ability to lead in our markets and respond to the issues in the market place to deliver services required by clients at a high quality.
KPMG operates as a global network of independent member firms offering audit, tax and advisory services; working closely with clients, helping them to mitigate risks and grasp opportunities.
Member firms' clients include business corporations, governments and public sector agencies and not-for-profit organizations. They look to KPMG for a consistent standard of service based on high order professional capabilities, industry insight and local knowledge.
KPMG member firms can be found in 152 countries. Collectively they employ more than 189,000 people across a range of disciplines.
Sustaining and enhancing the quality of this professional workforce is KPMG's primary objective. Wherever we operate we want our firms to be no less than the professional employers of choice.
We contribute to the effective functioning of international capital markets. We support reforms that strengthen the markets' credibility and their social responsibility. We believe that similar reform must extend to the professional realm.