Fiji’s economy is projected to grow by 8 percent this year and 3.4 percent in 2024 and a further 3 percent in 2025 and it simply is ours for the taking.
This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade Manoa Kamikamica while officiating at the grand opening of the new KPMG office in Nadi.
He says with greater reason, Fiji needs more firms like KPMG to provide exceptional financial solutions, uphold the highest standards of integrity and grow long-lasting relationships built on trust.
Kamikamica says KPMG’s $6 million investment in this Nadi office is a clear indication of KPMG’s confidence and commitment towards contributing to Fiji’s economic diversification.
He says Martintar has traditionally been recognised as the entertainment district of Nadi, a bustling and exciting area that acts as a hub for both locals and tourists and this new office expands Martintar’s sophisticated offering, a great feat for celebration.
Kamikamica has urged the KPMG staff to always remember the financial landscape is ever-changing and their professional career must be built upon commitment to providing tailor-made financial services that meet the diverse needs of individuals, small businesses, and corporations alike.
He also advised the staff that their responsibility remains to ensure that their clients receive the best advice and guidance to make informed decisions for their financial future.
Managing Partner of KPMG Fiji Lisa Apted says the firm was excited to host the opening of the office which has been designed to provide outstanding client connection facilities, staff work spaces and significant cultural features.
Apted says they are focused on supporting success in the businesses of their clients and providing offices that promotes staff well-being and productivity.