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KPMG India to host All India Partners Meet in Sri Lanka this week

KPMG in India, a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services.has made all arrangements to host its 31st All India Partners Meet in Colombo, from 20-22, June.

The annual meeting of the India Firm is one of the largest meets to be hosted in Colombo, with over 600 India Partners and their families attending it, to celebrate achievements for the  past year and discuss future plans. Several Partners from other member firms of the KPMG Global network will also join this meet.

The conference will be addressed by President Ranil Wickremesinghe, and other leading Indian business and industry luminaries.

KPMG in Sri Lanka Managing Partner Priyanka Jayatilake said that the collaborative efforts between KPMG in Sri Lanka and KPMG in India are poised to drive sustainable growth and provide expertise in addressing current challenges.

It will be capitalising on future opportunities, and KMPG Colombo looks forward to driving this collaboration through strategic initiatives designed to innovate and drive value to clients he said adding that ultimately making a meaningful impact to the overall economic development of Sri Lanka.

KPMG in India CEO Yezdi Nagporewalla said: “As a firm, they celebrate relationships with clients and people that are based on the foundation of mutual trust and respect.

The same holds true for India and Sri Lanka, as nations having deep rooted social, cultural and political relations. We are driven by the prospect of shared prosperity, and have been proudly collaborating on sustainable agriculture, waste-water technologies, renewable energy, and environmental conservation.”

He recalled that at the recent swearing in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India and Sri Lanka leaders signed a series of tech, energy, connectivity and other agreements that are aimed to further accelerate mutual cooperation across trade, tourism and higher education.

KPMG in India has extensive experience in facilitating investments and enabling ease of doing business, having supported the Central Government of India and several State Governments in similar endeavours.

 In addition to this, KPMG is also engaged in several flagship projects – both in India and overseas – across multiple sectors, including tourism, agriculture, health, skilling, and public finance management.

 We value our long-term relationship with KPMG in Sri Lanka, which is the oldest Chartered Accountancy firm in the country, celebrating more than 126 years of existence he said..

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