Everything we do at KPMG is about unlocking potential, whether it’s for our clients, our people, our suppliers or wider society. It’s clear to us these issues require collaboration between business, government and civil society organisations to find sustainable solutions.

We want to be at the forefront of this collaborative effort and be known as a responsible company that helps businesses, charities and people reach their full potential, and contributes towards a sustainable future.

KPMG’s values lie at the heart of our governance. They define our culture, and express our commitment to the highest principles of personal and professional conduct.

Our corporate responsibility policies and practices cover all our stakeholders – clients, communitiessuppliers and employees – as well as the environment and human rights issues.

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Herbert Smith Freehills is one of the world’s leading professional services businesses, bringing together the best people across our 26 offices, to meet all your legal services needs globally. We can help you realise opportunities while managing risk.

Understanding your requirements, objectives and operating environment is important to us – we listen and take time to do this. You have ready access to our deep global sectoral expertise, as well as our local market understanding, to help you achieve your commercial objectives.

Operating as one global team, we use innovative systems and processes to ensure your work is delivered intelligently, efficiently and reliably. We care about the markets and communities we work within and constantly strive to make them better.

What does it all add up to? When you work with Herbert Smith Freehills, you are partnering with a world-class and diverse team of client focused professionals who can ensure you achieve your best results.

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A charity working for equality of education in England and Wales.

Our Founder and CEO, Brett Wigdortz, left the corporate world to set up a charity to improve education. He developed a business plan for Teach First after the McKinsey team he was part of had looked into how businesses could help improve secondary education in London and found that great teachers could raise pupils’ results by at least 40%. In July 2002, Teach First officially launched in Canary Wharf with a team of 11 employees led by Brett Wigdortz as CEO and Stephen O’Brien CBE & George Iacobescu CBE as co-chairs of the Board of Trustees. Canary Wharf Group and Citi become the first corporate supporters of Teach First.

All our work is aimed at improving education for young people from poorer backgrounds in five critical areas:

  • Literacy and numeracy in primary school
  • GCSE grades in secondary school
  • Developing skills that help them achieve high aspirations after school
  • Increasing the number going into further and higher education
  • Increasing the number graduating from top universities

For more information, visit https://www.teachfirst.org.uk/




Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer was formed in 2000 by a three-way merger between Freshfields (UK), Deringer Tessin Herrmann & Sedemund (Germany) and Bruckhaus Westrick Heller Löber (Germany and Austria). This unprecedented merger of equals brought together more than 270 years’ of experience, dating back to 1743 in the UK and 1840 in Germany.

Well renowned for helping our clients execute their most complex cross-border transactions. We succeed by applying our regulatory and risk management skills to every transaction, bringing together our tax,IPantitrustfinancereal estate and corporate teams around the world to ensure you have every base covered.

For more information, visit https://www.freshfields.com/en-gb/