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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 are currently closed.
  • Our people are working remotely. We are otherwise business as usual as we continue to provide services to our clients and work through these uncertain times alongside you.
  • We have tested the resilience of our IT infrastructure, which we are confident enables all of our people to work from home with ease.
     

Visitors

  • Our offices are now closed to visitors.
  • KPMG-hosted events have been postponed or cancelled. Attendees are being notified of any changes.
     

Travel

  • We have imposed travel restrictions on staff travel internationally and domestically.

Self-isolating

  • Our people are entering self-isolation along with the rest of New Zealand.
  • Any KPMG staff who are feeling unwell, or are at high risk of exposure, are contacting Healthline. Our staff are also aware of the standard hygiene practices to minimise the spread of any germs within our communities. 
  • KPMG staff returning to New Zealand from overseas are self-quarantining for 14 days as per Government regulations.

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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