We’re fully committed to developing a continuous learning culture – one where every experience adds to your professional confidence and builds your individual career capital.
At KPMG, we value the commitment of our employees and the diligence and effort put into our clients and the public. At the same time, we recognise the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
As a KPMG professional, you will work with global teams, either here or around the world and have the opportunity to travel for training or project-based assignments.
Our clients enjoy first-hand and relevant business knowledge as a result of our international experience, together with our appreciation and understanding of specific issues in the China marketplace.
Alexa Sze, Manager, Audit
After graduating from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance, Alexa joined KPMG’s Financial Services Audit team in 2012. As an Audit Manager at KPMG, Alexa is currently working with international clients from the insurance industry.
Vivien Lee, Assistant Manager, Tax
After spending a summer with KPMG as an intern, Vivien joined KPMG’s Corporate Tax Advisory practice in 2014 after she graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver with a BCom degree in Accounting and International Business. Vivien is currently an Assistant Manager in the Deal Advisory and M&A Tax practice, advising a wide range of clients on their restructuring exercises and cross-border transactions.
Jonathan Tang, Manager, Advisory
Jonathan joined KPMG straight after he graduated from Lancaster University in the UK majoring in Accounting and Finance in 2015, this is his third year with KPMG. He is currently a Manager working in the Deal Advisory team specialising in distress investment advisory as well as financial and operational restructuring of failing corporates. Jonathan’s client portfolio mainly consists of international funds and investment banks, as well as well-known commercial banks.