Speaking to Lawyers Weekly, Jeremy Geale, the head of KPMG’s tax controversy team, said the Big Four firm is boosting the range of legal services it will offer its extensive list of existing clients.
“The firm is very focused on growth,” Mr Geale said. “KPMG today is not an accounting firm, we are a professional services firm.”
KPMG Legal initially will focus on developing its corporate, employment and property practices. It also plans to pick up offshore work via referrals from its European practices and from foreign corporates looking to enter the Australian market.
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