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KPMG 2016 Corporate Citizenship Report 1 Making a tangible difference 2016 Corporate Citizenship Report Table of About KPMG LLP 1 A word from our Chairman and CEO 2 Introduction: Making a tangible difference 3 1. Earning Trust 5 contents Trust underpins everything we do 6 Above all, we act with integrity 8 Sustainable Development Goals: The big picture 10 Our environmental performance 11 Snapshot: Composting 13 2. Lifelong Learning 14 Empowering next generation leaders 15 Snapshot: Bringing the power of books to children 17 Snapshot: Service through leadership 20 Snapshot: Paying it forward to promising young women 22 3. Activating People 24 Inclusion drives progress 25 Our people 27 Snapshot: The multiplier effect 28 Snapshot: Driving collective progress 30 Snapshot: Make a choice, activate your passion 32 What’s Ahead: Q&A with our Chairman and CEO 34 1 About KPMG LLP About this report KPMG is one of the world’s leading This report covers fiscal year 2016 professional services firms, providing (October 1, 2015 to September 30, innovative business solutions and 2016). We recognize that the Global audit, tax, and advisory services to Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the leading many of the world’s largest and most framework for sustainability reporting. prestigious organizations. We have used the GRI G4 guidelines to inform our reporting, especially KPMG is widely recognized for being a on material aspects such as diversity great place to work and build a career. of our workforce, greenhouse gas Our people share a sense of purpose emissions, and training and education. in the work we do, and a strong Additional information can be found on commitment to community service, our website: KPMG.com/us. inclusion and diversity, and eradicating childhood illiteracy. KPMG LLP is the independent U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”). KPMG International’s independent member firms have 189,000 professionals, including more than 9,000 partners, in 152 countries. KPMG 2016 Corporate Citizenship Report 2 From the Chairman and CEO Defining corporate citizenship for KPMG Thank you for your interest in our corporate about improving our local communities and culture. We’re diverse, inclusive and we citizenship journey. society at large. care for one another. Together these attributes position us to do great things for It’s a journey that is influenced by our leading I am honored to lead with a team of more our communities. role as accountants and trusted advisors. than 30,000 professionals who are always But it’s also motivated by our firm’s culture ready to step forward to serve their I would like to thank all of our partners in which our people care for one another – communities. I am especially proud of and professionals for their unwavering a culture where they can make a tangible KPMG’s commitment to lifelong learning, commitment to building communities and difference, for our clients, society, and our in which we support students at all grade their efforts to make a measurable impact local communities. levels and professionals throughout their today and for generations to come. In a world facing unprecedented change, careers in reaching their full potential. We have much to celebrate; and we also

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