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KPMG opens new office with 350 employees in Orlando


KPMG LLP, the US accounting, tax and advisory firm, has announced the opening of its new Capability Center in the innovative Lake Nona community of Orlando. The KPMG Capability Center brings 350 new jobs to Orlando, with plans for more jobs in the future. Equipped with the latest technology, the facility will enable the firm to provide selected, high quality advisory and tax services to clients across the country.

KPMG Lakehouse, the company’s Lake Nona learning, development and innovation facility, has advanced real estate design and breakthrough solutions. The Capability Center at 6820 Marwick Lane will incorporate the same innovations and gradually open based on local data and guidance from the authorities.

The company’s continued commitment to both its exceptional people and customer service is demonstrated by its investment in KPMG Lakehouse and this new facility. As KPMG evolves into new ways of working, KPMG Lakehouse will serve as a cultural hub for ongoing connection, collaboration and training for all of its employees. The Capability Center is a cornerstone of the company’s advanced service delivery model that effectively addresses market demands and customer needs.

A key driver of the company’s continued expansion and investment in the area is access to top talent in the Orlando area.

“Orlando is a place where we harness the power of partnership to promote one of the best business climates in the country, and where our quality of life amenities help attract the best, brightest talent to our workforce,” said the Orlando Mayor , Buddy Dyer. “KPMG’s state-of-the-art Capability Center will create more than 350 new jobs in Orlando, which means that these new employees will continue to fuel our local economy by shopping in our stores, dining in our restaurants, and enjoying our wide variety of sports and entertainment . ”

“We are pleased that KPMG has decided to continue investing in Orange County by locating its state-of-the-art Capability Center in Lake Nona,” said Jerry L. Demings, Orange County Mayor. “As we continue to work towards economic recovery from the pandemic, 350 new jobs in our community will be a welcome opportunity for our citizens and a boost to our economy.”

“Today’s announcement is good news for Florida,” said Florida’s Secretary of Commerce Jamal Sowell. “KPMG brings hundreds of jobs to Orlando and Lake Nona and is known for delivering solutions and innovation. We wish you all the best as you build your critical presence in the city of Orlando and Orange County. ”

The KPMG Capability Center will initially offer control tests and documentation as well as managed services for advisory and tax compliance processes to support corporate tax services and sales activities.

“We are very excited about the opening of the Capability Center and the further enhancement of our partnership with Orlando and Lake Nona,” said Carl Carande, US Vice Chair and Global Head of Advisory, KPMG. “To ensure we continue to provide excellent customer service as the business environment evolves, the ability to modernize our delivery model and become more digital is critical. In the new center, our consulting experts will help us deliver exceptional service, quality, efficiency and affordability to our customers through a wide range of consulting services. ”

“Taxes and how they are viewed, calculated and operationalized are changing enormously, perhaps faster than ever before,” said Greg Engel, Vice Chair – Tax, KPMG LLP. “At KPMG we are adopting new ways of working, making huge investments in tax technology, and hiring and training our employees to become technologists and tax specialists – all so that we can be one step ahead of our customers by leading the way. Our new Capability Center is a physical manifestation of this goal, and we look forward to serving our customers better with its innovative offerings. “

“We are delighted that KPMG has chosen Orlando and Lake Nona again to provide their employees with a state-of-the-art home. KPMG’s continuous investment in human capital and exceptional service shows why KPMG has consistently been one of the best employers. KPMG is anchor tenant in the Living Lab of Lake Nona, where our goal remains to create the most innovative and extraordinary environment that enables people to perform at their best and be more productive, which is priceless, ”said Rasesh Thakkar, Senior Managing Director of the Tavistock Group, owner / developer of Lake Nona.


Janet Smith