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Press Conference 2018

Strengthening our communities

Since its creation the KPMG Foundation gave a total over 2,000,000€ through donations received from the firm as well as staff. In 2018, the Foundation supported 12 different charities: 4 active in Luxembourg and in the Grande Région and 8 active in developing countries.

Our second year in the long-term partnership with Friendship Luxembourg allows our staff to directly contribute to improving the living conditions of communities in Bangladesh through the implementation of payroll giving. This has resulted so far in the creation of 1 primary school in the Bangladesh river chars, among other improvements. This year, two of our employees who make a monthly contribution to payroll giving were chosen and fully supported by KPMG Luxembourg to embark on a volunteering mission for the project in October.

*The KPMG Foundation also sponsored KPMG staff in charitable fundraising and sports events. Learn more about our Foundation's donations to charirable associations, our staff activities and why it matters to us!

CSR in action

As an active Corporate Citizen, we are highly focused on supporting measures in local communities and abroad which make progress towards education, decent work and economic growth and well-being.

In October we organized coding workshops for staff members, youth, and refugees during EU Codeweek to empower people from non-technical backgrounds to learn from each other and acquire new digital skills. In August, KPMG Luxembourg was a main sponsor of the 1st European Youth Parliament International Forum in Luxembourg. As a topic KPMG Luxembourg contributed for debate, youth delegates from 29 different countries addressed how the EU will prepare the next generation for a shift in the labour market given the rise of artificial intelligence in business.

Kosmo Hackthon: Bring your ideas to life.
As a part of EU Codeweek, our staff organized an intrapreneurship contest for KPMG Luxembourg employees to drives new business incubation, foster innovation and entrepreneurship spirit among our people.
Debates, delegates and democracy. How EYP inspires and empowers young Europeans

This year’s KPMG Luxembourg Diversity Summit featured a panel discussion on diversity topics with exceptional women pioneers from all generations and backgrounds. KPMG Luxembourg’s Inclusion and Diversity team was also present at the Women of the Future Summit in London for a global conversation on making progress on key issues.

KPMG Women


KPMG holds or has signed up to the following labels and charters:


My Pledge is an initiative aimed at ensuring more diversity at public events, aligned with the global #NoWomenNoPanel movement. As business and political leaders and role models in society, we pledge that whenever we are invited to a public speaking event, we will inquire about the organizer’s efforts to ensure gender diversity as keynotes and panels.

Entreprise Socialement Responsable Label (INDR)

The INDR (in cooperation with the Union des Entreprises Luxembourgeoises, UEL) aims to promote responsible business practices in Luxembourg by assisting companies of all sizes to align their economic, social, and environmental objectives and recognize those firms which successfully do so.


The Quality Label of the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber (certified in accordance with ISO 14024:2000 standard) is an acknowledged label for responsible waste management in companies, which is granted by the Ministry of the Environment and the Chambre des Métiers.

Charte de la Diversité

KPMG is a signatory of the Luxembourg Diversity Charter. Under the patronage of the Luxembourgish Minister of Family, Corinne Cahen, this charter requires its members to commit to opposing any form of discrimination, to implement equal opportunity policies and to promote cultural diversity within their working environments.