Our aspiration at KPMG is to be the clear choice among professional services firms in Bermuda – for our people, clients and community. Our approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is founded on the belief that business has a distinct and vital role to play in helping to solve important social and environmental issues.
We believe CSR is about pushing ourselves beyond mere compliance to questioning how we can best apply our knowledge and skills today to create a better world for tomorrow. Our Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives comprise volunteerism, philanthropy, corporate giving and relationships with non-profits. While our activities cover a broad range of issues, our main focus is youth and education and the environment.
As a leading professional services firm we can individually and collectively harness the power of the KPMG network to create lasting change. This is why we are committed to proactively doing more; moving beyond good governance, ethical behaviour and philanthropy to work with our clients, government, communities, schools and not-for-profit organisations. By involving and applying our greatest asset – our people – we gain insight and perspective, resulting in personal and professional growth and most importantly, advocacy for social improvement.
From our Managing Directors to our new graduate trainees, our people connect with their clients, community and each other through our shared commitment to good corporate citizenship.
I hope you enjoy our 2016 Annual Report.
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