KPMG is one of the four largest audit and accounting firms in the world along with Deloitte, EY and PwC. These firms are known collectively as the Big Four and reported a combined worldwide revenue of over 157 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. In terms of revenue KPMG was the smallest of these firms in that year, generating around 18 billion U.S. dollars less than the largest, Deloitte.
The revenue of KPMG grown overall throughout the past decade, reaching 29.2 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. The company consistently generates its highest revenues in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region, grossing just under 13 billion dollars there in 2020. KPMG also has operations in the Americas and Asia-Pacific. These two regions combined account for well over half of the company’s total annual revenue.
As with revenue, EMEA is also the region with the most KPMG employees. In 2020, over half of the total number of KPMG employees worked in the EMEA region, followed by the Americas then Asia-Pacific. The total number of staff reached over 227,000 in that year. Overall, KPMG had the fewest employees of the Big Four firms firms in 2019. Deloitte had the most staff in that year with over 312,000 employees, approximately 93,000 more than KPMG.