We have 30 years of experience in Estonia. By coupling the client’s experience with our expertise we find practical solutions for our client’s needs.

We were the first large network of professional services firms to open an office in Estonia in 1992. A quarter-century of experience enables us to see the economic whole and critical factors underlying it.

We have a strong team of  over a 200 members and relationships between our people. We ask questions that are relevant, and listen to the answers. By coupling the client’s needs and experience with our expertise and innovative approaches we can take advantage of new opportunities and find practical solutions tailored to meet the client’s needs. Working together with KPMG creates synergy that inspires confidence and empowers change.

KPMG in Estonia works closely together with KPMG practices in the other Baltic countries and Belarus that enables us to serve clients with one point of contact, appropriate and relevant industry, technical, language and cultural know-how across the countries.

Our KPMG network partnership brings experience across a wide range of industry areas and technical expertise from Central and Eastern Europe, the Nordic countries, CIS, UK, USA, and Australia, and enables to connect our local experience to incoming clients from around the world.

We serve clients across all industry sectors, including subsidiaries of large international companies, successful local entrepreneurs, state institutions and agencies, and non-governmental organisations. We provide services in Audit, Tax, Risk and Management Consulting and Deal Advisory.

KPMG operates in 154 countries and we have more than 200,000 professionals working in member firms around the world.

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. We operate in 154 countries and have more than 200,000 professionals working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative, a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity. KPMG in Estonia operates within KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe. With 4,900 partners and staff working in 19 countries, Central and Eastern Europe has continued its successful growth as one of KPMG's fastest growing regions. In addition to the Baltics, KPMG has offices in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. In order to meet the needs of international and regional clients, we coordinate our various businesses across the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in a unified operating structure. Shared centres of excellence and infrastructure help ensure a high level of client service in each location and across the region..

Leadership in Estonia

Corporate responsibility

Corporate responsibility (CR) is integrated into our business model, and we consider CR aspects in all our business decisions and activities. Our long-term business success depends on our employees’ qualifications and technical skills and commitment, client satisfaction and our reputation as a thought leader. All these aspects essential for sound and sustainable business relations are further discussed in our corporate sustainability report.

We are a member of the Responsible Business Forum in Estonia, and for several years we have helped assess the performance of businesses participating in the Estonian Sustainable Business Index.

KPMG actively supports its staff obtaining professional qualifications and taking examinations in professional competence. A number of our staff members hold a licence of a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or an EQF (European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning) level 5 or 6 certificate in accountancy.

We measure employee engagement through the Global People Survey (GPS) that is conducted once in two years.

We hold regular conferences, e.g. tax conferences 2015 „Eilsest homsesse“ (From Yesterday into Tomorrow) and 2016 „Üle piiri“ (Cross-border), seminars and workshops for our clients where issues of importance for entrepreneurs are discussed. We publish various newsletters dedicated to tax and management issues.

We are dedicated to supporting youth education. Together with Tartu University Foundation we award an annual scholarship for students of the Faculty of Economics of Tartu University. We also participate in the JCI project BeWise to help engage practiced and experienced visiting lecturersto deliver lectures at universities.

We are always open and eager to share our knowledge and provide pro-bono services to non-profit organisations a good example of which is our relationship with Estonian charity foundation Minu Unistuste Päev. For several years our people have also volunteered to help Oisu perekodu, a foster home for children without parental care.

Our proactive staff has been a fruitful source for various organisations involved in charity and business development initiatives, such as Junior Chamber International Estonia (JCI), Lions, etc.

Whistleblowing channel

KPMG has in place a local Whistleblowing channel for reporting abuse. Whistleblowing channel is operated by ClearView Strategic Partners. When you are submitting a report, use organization name "KPMG Finland and Estonia". For information on personal data processing in connection with Whistleblowing channel, please see our Whistleblowing Privacy Statement.

If you do not feel comfortable using KPMG's local Whistleblowing channel, you can also use KPMG International Hotline, which is a reporting channel provided via KPMG International.