KPMG take on 34 graduates in new Belfast home

John Poole, partner and head of audit, KPMG in Northern Ireland; John Hansen, partner in charge, KPMG in Northern Ireland; Johnny Hanna, partner and head of tax, KPMG in Northern Ireland, with some of the 34 new KPMG graduates.
Gareth McKeown

PROFESSIONAL services giant KPMG has taken on 34 new graduates in Belfast over the past 12 months.

A year on from moving into its new Soloist Building offices, KPMG has continued its significant growth with Northern Ireland clients.

KPMG currently employs around 250 people in Belfast, advising businesses of all sizes and some of Northern Ireland’s most established organisations. The recent graduates work across all areas of the firm.

John Hansen, partner in charge of KPMG in Northern Ireland, said: “We are delighted to welcome our new wave of graduates. They are the business leaders of the future and we hope they enjoy long and successful careers with us. Working with KPMG will give them the tools they need to achieve their full potential.”

KPMG moved into the Soloist Building in Belfast City Centre in September 2017.

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