As a direct consequence of the Russian government's military aggression in Ukraine, the international KPMG network has decided to let go of offices and staff in Russia and Belarus.
KPMG has over 4,500 people in Russia and Belarus, and it is therefore not easy to end our cooperation with them, many of whom have been part of KPMG for several decades. This decision is not about them. It is a consequence of the military actions of the Russian government in Ukraine, which is a clear violation of international law.
"Together with other global companies, we have a responsibility to put as much pressure on the Russian government as possible to end this war. We are a value-driven organization that believes in doing the right thing, and therefore it is important for us to show solidarity with Ukraine,” says Morten Mønster, CEO and senior partner at KPMG in Denmark.
Helge Coroli Frandsen
Press inquiries, Media Relations Lead
KPMG in Denmark