KPMG Hungary staff exceeds 1,000

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The number of staff employed by KMPG Hungary saw a 67% rise in the past five years, and currently exceeds 1,000, according to a press release issued on Tuesday.

The firm considers the rise to be the result of an expanding portfolio and innovative business solutions. 

Last year, 41% of the company’s revenue, approximately HUF 7 billion, came from abroad, and the company contributed to the central budget with more than HUF 5 bln in taxes, the press statement said.

Some 12% of KPMG Hungary’s staff comprise of nationals from more than 40 countries. Additionally, the firm has out-of-country projects, which contribute to the international working environment at the firm, the press release noted.

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