KPMG in new PMB offices

2008-05-08 00:00

A business with a century-long history in Pietermaritzburg has celebrated yet another milestone, officially launching its new offices at the Victoria Country Club Estate Office Park yesterday evening.

Leo Quayle, managing partner of KPMG in Pietermaritzburg, said the move further emphasises the company’s commitment to the city.

He noted that KPMG served as auditor of the city from 1897 until the 2000s. "We … have been able to maintain our connection with the city since then through our internal audit services that are sourced to the city and also through other advisory activities."

He said KPMG has paid particular attention to the development of its world-class advisory services.

A total of 30 staff members are based at the new venue.

KPMG was one of the first companies to move to the complex, after a spell at Redlands.

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