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KPMG is considering plans to relocate its accountancy office in Nottingham and over 200 staff to a new site in the city centre next year.
KPMG is to relocate its accountancy office on West George Street in Glasgow and about 350 staff to St Vincent Plaza.
KPMG is looking to expand the 20-strong workforce at its new accounting delivery centre in Birmingham with up to 20 jobs by the end of the year.
KPMG has acquired High-Point Rendel, the London-based infrastructure consultancy with 35 staff.
KPMG has acquired Boxwood, the London-based management consultancy, for undisclosed terms.
KPMG has acquired Nunwood, the technology consultancy with 80 staff in Leeds and London, for undisclosed terms.
KPMG is looking to recruit an initial 110 apprentices at professional services offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds, London and Manchester.
KPMG is to relocate its Southampton office and 120 staff to a 12,000 sq ft unit at Gateway House this summer.
KPMG is reported to be planning to relocate its Bristol office to a 45,000 sq ft unit at 66 Queen Square.
KPMG is to take an additional 10,500 sq ft at One St Peter's Square in Manchester, and 700 staff are due to relocate to the site later this year.
KPMG is to set up a new corporate tax centre of excellence at One Snow Hill in Birmingham this September, with the creation of 30 jobs.
KPMG is to set up a 40,000 sq ft office at 20 Grosvenor Street in London's West End.
KPMG is to set up a 28,000 sq ft national innovation centre at the Broad Gate building in Leeds in January, with the creation of 200 jobs.
KPMG is to relocate 1,100 London-based staff to a new 200,000 sq ft office at 30 North Colonnade in Canary Wharf in 2015.
KPMG has sold the former Quinton Hazell Automotive factory in Colwyn Bay out of administration to Mark Water Pumps of India, with the reinstatement of 15 jobs.
KPMG has acquired Makinson Cowell, the London-based capital markets advisory firm with 70 staff, for undisclosed terms.
KPMG is to open a new tax processing centre on St Vincent Street in Glasgow this summer, with the creation of 150 jobs.
KPMG is to relocate its Leeds-based accountancy office to a new 60,000 sq ft office development on Sovereign Street in 2015.
KPMG has sold a further 30 former Peacocks fashion stores out of administration to Poundland, Poundworld and Iceland.
KPMG has acquired Xantus, the Stockport-based management consultancy with annual sales of £16m, for undisclosed terms.
KPMG is to relocate about 100 staff from St Albans to an enlarged accountancy office in Watford next year.
KPMG has sold the Scarborough-based confidential printing division of Pindar out of administration to Secure & Confidential Documents, saving the remaining 13 jobs.
KPMG has confirmed plans to set up a 65,000 sq ft office at the planned One St Peter's Square development in Manchester by 2015.
KPMG is thought to have shortlisted three potential locations for a new 70,000 sq ft office in Manchester, and is expected to relocate from John Dalton Street in 2014.
KPMG has sold Beetham Hotels Liverpool and Beetham Hotels Manchester out of administration to Blue Liverpool and Blue Manchester for undisclosed terms.
KPMG is in discussions with Leeds City Council about the possibility of building a new office for 750 staff at Criterion Place in the city centre.
KPMG is to create about 100 new jobs at its advisory, tax and audit operations in the Midlands over the next 18 months.
KPMG has sold the Pilkington's Group Quiligotti Terrazzo business out of administration to a former management team, securing 23 jobs at its tiles factory in Manchester.
KPMG is to expand the 11,000-strong workforce in its UK corporate services business with 3,000 new jobs over the next three years.
KPMG has acquired Analitica, the Altrincham-based business intelligence consultancy, for undisclosed terms.
KPMG is planning to relocate its Cardiff office to a 9,500 sq ft unit at 3 Assembly Square in August.
KPMG is seeking a suitable location in Manchester for a new office of up to 100,000 sq ft, in order to relocate from John Dalton Street by 2014.
KPMG has sold the remaining printing business of The Print Factory of Northampton out of administration to its former management, securing the future of about 100 jobs.
KPMG is looking to recruit up to 3,500 additional staff to its professional services business this year, including 750 new graduates in September.
KPMG has unveiled plans to create new jobs at its accountancy offices in Liverpool, Manchester and Preston, as part of a strategy to triple the size of its national marketplace consulting operation.
KPMG has sold 14 First Quench off-licences in Hampshire and Dorset to Wickham Vineyard, and a further 14 have gone to SEP Properties.
KPMG has sold eight Apollo 2000 electrical branches in the West Midlands and Lancashire out of administration to East Anglia-based Hughes Electrical, and about 12 jobs will be created in each store.
KPMG is to relocate 1,000 staff to a new 93,000 sq ft office on Upper Bank Street in London.
KPMG has sold the London-based PCM property and construction consulting division of Pettifer Group out of administration to Confluence Property Management, saving 64 jobs.
KPMG Scotland is creating up to 60 jobs at a new office in Glasgow, having won a contract to provide income tax services to an unnamed financial institution.
KPMG is recruiting a further 60 staff in Scotland to handle tax returns for an unnamed financial services institution.
KPMG has agreed a deal to relocate its London headquarters and up to 4,400 staff to a new 15-storey office block to be built at Canary Wharf by 2009.
KPMG, the accountancy firm, is to relocate its Birmingham operation to a 130,000 sq ft office at Ballymore's Snow Hill scheme in 2009.
KPMG is said to be considering plans to set up a 400,000 sq ft headquarters at Canary Wharf in London in 2009.
KPMG is said to be in discussions to set up a 120,000 sq ft regional headquarters at Snow Hill in Birmingham.
KPMG is to create 30 new jobs at its tax practice in Glasgow, due to rising demand for its personal self-assessment tax returns service.
KPMG has sold former Rathbones bakeries in Walsall, Leicester and Peterborough, as well as a Carlisle distribution centre, to two former directors operating under the name of Harvestime, securing the future of about 1,000 jobs.
KPMG has sold Lotus and FII, the Northampton-based shoe manufacturer, out of administration to Jacobson Group of Lancashire, securing the future of 40 jobs.
KPMG is considering plans to take a 130,000 sq ft office at the £300m Masshouse scheme in Birmingham, although it may decide to refurbish its existing office in Cornwall Street instead.
KPMG has sold the Loks Plasma stainless steel profiling division of Vernon Stainless out of administration to Metals UK Group of Bolton, securing 35 jobs.
KPMG has secured the sale of Country Bakehouse, the Llandudno Junction-based cakes factory with 90 staff, out of receivership to Martins Cakes of Manchester.
KPMG has completed a feasibility study into setting up a £22m National Gene Centre in Leicester, which would be developed by a partnership of health, industry and local government groups.
KPMG is selling Orbis, the Channel Islands-based trust and company administration business, to Dresdner Bank for undisclosed terms.
KPMG has sold its Health Systems division, which designs software for hospitals, to a management team for £14m.
KPMG is setting up an associated law firm called Klegal, and plans to launch a recruitment campaign.
KPMG and Ernst & Young are planning a merger that will create the largest accountancy firm in the world, although the move could prompt regulators to take an even closer look at the merger between Coopers & Lybrand and Price Waterhouse.