KPMG in India provides advisory services to both the public and the private sector in order to help clients manage their large scale infrastructur...
KPMG is also helping India embrace the new urbanism defined by smart cities
In order to sustain rapid urbanisation and industrialisation, it is imperative to invest in critical new infrastructure development initiatives where the government and private sector can work in tandem. The government is focusing on programmes to help ensure a sufficient supply of basic infrastructure such roads, water, housing and power keeping in mind the nation’s growing population.
KPMG in India provides advisory services to both the public and the private sector in order to help clients manage their large scale infrastructure projects across sectors such as energy and natural resources, mining, surface transport, aviation and airlines. KPMG is also helping India embrace the new urbanism defined by smart cities and inclusive growth.
The central and state governments are facing challenges such as heightened public scrutiny and demanding citizens while striving to ensure the fiscal health and economic stability of the country. KPMG is aligned with the development goals of the country and is engaging intimately with the government in areas such as social development, skill development, investment promotion and ease of doing business, financial inclusion and digitisation of government services.
KPMG’s Infrastructure Government and Healthcare (IGH) practice provides an integrated suite of service offerings ranging from strategy and policy advisory to facilitating project execution, project funding and asset operations, project management governance, public services transformation, and technology transformation services, amongst others to help meet the specific requirements of our private sector and government clients.