KPMG takes the public interest responsibility very seriously, and we ingrain that in our people from the very first moment that they join the firm.
Ignatius Sehoole was appointed as CEO of KPMG South Africa in June last year, and given the challenging task of rebuilding and restoring trust to the public and the SA business community and the audit profession more broadly too.
He is tackling the challenge head on, and while there are very specific steps he’s taking within KPMG’s walls, he believes that public trust in the audit profession must be rebuilt by every individual involved in the financial reporting space.
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