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Building resilience

The current situation with the spread of COVID-19 and the important restrictions from international, federal and local authorities is challenging in many respects.

As the crisis unfolded, our primary objective was – and still is – to protect the health of our people and client and safeguard business continuity.

KPMG is following a well prepared business continuity plan that is in line with the decisions of the federal and local governments. That includes remote working from home for our people, who are supported by various digital tools and conferencing solutions. Whenever possible we use telephone and video conferences in place of meetings.

We are dedicated maintaining the highest level of Tax services, helping our clients going through these challenging times. We are fully operational and in compliance with all respective laws.

Business implications of the coronavirus outbreak

In addition to the human impact, we already see significant effects on businesses. As viruses know no borders, the impact will continue to spread. Below you will find regular updates and guidance to help you better understand your organization’s exposure to COVID-19 risks and position your business to be resilient in the face of this threat.



Contact us

In case you have any questions about the latest tax developments in response to COVID-19, do not hesitate to reach out to one of our tax specialists who will support you with advice and assistance in this extraordinary situation.