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This year, we have again based this report on the GRI international standards for sustainability reporting. The GRI methodology helps organisations assess their impact on sustainability-related areas such as climate change, human rights, leadership, and social issues. We use this methodology because of its comprehensiveness and interconnectedness with the interests of different stakeholders.

We report for fiscal year 2020, i.e. for the period starting 1 October 2020 to 20 September 2021 on behalf of three independent legal entities:

  • KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.,
  • KPMG Česká republika Audit s.r.o.
  • KPMG Legal, s.r.o.

Unless otherwise stated, we present data for the financial year. The published data is obtained from our internal system and from the measurements of individual departments and offices. The data is further processed by the CSR department. To monitor our carbon footprint, we use a methodology developed by KPMG International and based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol methodology.

Since 2012, we issue the report on an annual basis. This report is the seventh in a row and has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option.

For feedback or any questions, you may contact the CSR department at, or through:

Earlier reports

You can also read our earlier KPMG Corporate Responsibility reports.

More information: GRI Index