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At KPMG New Zealand, our main concern is the health and safety of our people, clients and communities as we do everything we can to play our role in New Zealand’s collective efforts to stop COVID-19. Second to this is ensuring we’re flexing with the situation as it evolves and minimising any disruption to our clients and our ‘business as usual’ operation.

KPMG business resilience and continuity

We have mobilised a COVID-19 Crisis Management Team to continually monitor, review and manage our response to the evolving situation. Ongoing reviews by the COVID-19 Team, and supporting working groups, include managing the current and potential impacts on our people, client services, office locations and operations.

KPMG operations

  • In accordance with Government guidelines, our offices have reopened.
  • To reduce the amount of people in our offices at any given time and enable meaningful physical distancing, we are operating a split working model in our larger offices. This means that many of our people will continue to work remotely, and we will have a maximum of 50-60% of our workforce will be in the office at any given time.
  • When in the office, our people will be required to sign in as they enter each level in our buildings and continue to use their access tags, to ensure we have rigorous contact tracing measures in place.
  • We are otherwise business as usual as we continue to provide services to our clients and work through these uncertain times alongside you.


  • All visitors are required to sign a wellness declaration and give their contact details when entering KPMG premises.
  • KPMG-hosted events are continuing to be held virtually (view our previous webinars here).
  • In situations where in-face meetings are held, Government guidelines will be followed and we are also respectful of the measures our clients are operating under. 


  • Domestic travel will only be undertaken where necessary to meet with our clients, and for essential internal travel.

Health and wellbeing

  • Any KPMG staff who are feeling unwell, or are at high risk of exposure, are contacting Healthline or their GP to seek COVID-19 testing and following self-isolating guidelines.
  • Our people are aware of the hygiene practices required to minimise the spread of the virus within our communities and sanitising and cleaning products are available in all of our offices. 

Contact us

If you have any questions or need further information about KPMG’s response to COVID-19, please contact us.


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