In what was a very successful 2016, KPMG in Malta and KPMG Crimsonwing were able to win significant new business which necessitated a significant increase in the group’s headcount. In fact, the average full time equivalent headcount stood at 664 in 2016. Moreover, the continued collaboration with educational institutions remained and, amongst other achievements in 2016, 131 University students participated in the graduate recruitment programme of both KPMG and KPMG Crimsonwing.
Staff at both entities had the opportunity to learn and develop new skills and use this acquired knowledge to provide an excellent service to their respective clients. As a testament to the importance that is placed on learning and development, a staggering 2.1 million euros were spent by both entities, for a total of 79,600 hours of on-the-job training and other training that staff underwent, to keep up with the latest industry developments.
This, along with other highlights and interviews with Tonio Zarb, Senior Partner at KPMG in Malta and David Walsh, CEO at KPMG Crimsonwing, can be found on the recently published KPMG in Malta Annual Review 2016.
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