Our financial performance
1)The FY22 figure excludes profit on disposal of our MBS business in the Netherlands. The FY21 figure excludes profit on disposal of our restructuring business. The FY20 figure excludes profit from the disposal of our Pensions business.
Net sales growth
1)The FY22 and FY21 net sales growth for Deal Advisory excludes the restructuring business. Whereas FY20 sales growth includes the restructuring business.
We're committed to transparency and on a voluntary basis publish the ratio of our UK Chief Executive’s total remuneration to that of our employees at the 25th, 50th and 75th percentile (calculated on a full-time equivalent basis of the active population of salaried colleagues as at 30 September 2022).
1) This total remuneration figure reflects the role of Chief Executive being undertaken by Jon Holt for the entire FY22.
2) This total remuneration figure reflects the role of Chief Executive being undertaken by two people in FY21. Jon Holt was elected Chief Executive of KPMG in the UK in April 2021 and received a total remuneration of £1.7m for FY21, which reflects his role as the Head of Audit for part of the year.
In February 2021 we separated out the roles of Chief Executive and Chair to bring it in line with industry best practice. We’ve committed to publishing our Chief Executive pay and for transparency, have decided to voluntarily publish the pay of our Chair too. Bina Mehta took on the role of Chair in February 2021 and she received a total remuneration of £1.3m for FY22 (FY21: £0.9m).
We're an accredited Living Wage employer
Fair-pay is a fundamental driver of social mobility – an issue high on our agenda to ensure we are accessing and recruiting from the widest pool of talent. Paying the living wage not only reduces in-work poverty, it also makes business sense - reducing costs to the business, improving competitiveness, market position and profitability.
During its first 20 years, the Living Wage campaign has put back more than £1.53bn into the pockets of over 260,000 low-paid workers1.
In 2006, we became one of the very first businesses to pay the Living Wage to its employees and contracted staff. We went on to become a founding member of the Living Wage Foundation and have continued to provide financial and strategic support ever since. Our Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity was appointed Chair of the Living Wage Advisory Council in June 2021. Our long-standing partnership with the Living Wage Foundation has helped to grow this initiative into a movement of over 11,000 accredited Living Wage Employers1.
Collaboration is key in driving change, and that's why we're supporting our suppliers and our clients to implement the Living Wage across their businesses too.