KPMG Hungarian unitʼs net revenue up 6% in 2015
Consultancy firm KPMGʼs Hungarian unit had HUF 16.96 bln total net revenue in 2015 according to IFRS standards, up more than 6% compared to 2014, KPMG said today.
KPMG Hungaria CEO Robert Stollinger expects revenue to expand in the future assisted by innovative solutions and growth in the companyʼs service portfolio.
“We are receiving more and more important commissions from the infrastructural and the government sector. Demand is also up from companies for switching to IRFS standards or for services helping private company development” said Stollinger, adding that KPMGʼs administrative office in Budapest provides services to multinational companies in 35 countries.
KPMG has more than 800 employees in Hungary.
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