Located between trading routes connecting Western and Eastern nations and in close proximity to Europe, Africa and India, the Middle East & South Asia (“MESA”) region has for centuries been and continues to be a hub for global and regional trade.
The MESA region, rich in natural resources and diversity is home to around seven percent of the world’s population and covers both developed and developing economies. Interesting about the region;
Current economic policy places significant emphasis on economic diversification as well as on adopting new regulations to create a stronger economic environment, with these transformations reaching virtually all aspects of the economies and societies within these countries. It is clear that substantial opportunities exist within the region and investments are necessary for longer-term growth.
With over 6,500 professionals and associates working across 30 office locations in 14 countries, KPMG member firms in the MESA region work closely together to meet the needs of international, regional as well as local clients.
At KPMG, we know that local developments must be seen in a larger, global context to enable thinking in strategic dimensions. Subject specific regional hubs and infrastructure help to maintain a high level of client service throughout the region. Through our worldwide network of member firms, we are also able to leverage a broad multinational pool of skilled and experienced professionals who possess an intimate understanding of each of their local markets and respective functional domains. KPMG firms offer customized professional services across audit, tax, management consulting, risk consulting and deal advisory to a large and growing clientele of corporates and organizations.
Practices included in the Middle East & South Asia sub-region are located in:
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1Airports Council International.
2World Bank: World DataBank.
3weforum.org referring to data from IMF World Economic Outlook, April 2016.
4MasterCard 2015 Global Destination Cities Index.