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On 30 March 2017, the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury presented the 2017/2018 Budget to the National Assembly.
More Kenyans are starting to embrace the financial benefits of investing in publicly listed companies.
Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector and how the global market reacts.
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Owing to the upcoming elections, the Cabinet Secretary for National Treasury, Mr Henry Rotich, presented Kenya’s budget of KES 2.6 Trillion on 30 March 2017.
Our experts provided insights on the 2017/2018 budget
The Audit Committee presented findings from the recent 2017 Global Audit Committee.
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With a regional presence, KPMG East Africa continues to build on our successes thanks to our clear vision, maintained values, and our people.
With a regional presence, KPMG East Africa continues to build on our successes...
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Our relentless focus on quality
Our East Africa practice comprises of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda and additionally provides services to Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Burundi, Somalia, Ethiopia as well as Eritrea.
Commitment to our communities is one of KPMG East Africa's core values.
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The KPMG network achieved strong global revenues of US$25.42 billion
At the core of KPMG East Africa's vibrant culture are a set of values that bring out the best in our people.
We encourage people to make sustainable difference for clients and firms, while ensuring that everyone has access to knowledge and skills.
KPMG firms are helping leading organizations address some of their most complex...