KPMG in the UK is a leading provider of professional services, including audit, tax and advisory specialisms – delivering integrated approaches to client's issues.

KPMG LLP, a UK limited liability partnership, operates from 22 offices across the UK with approximately 14,000 partners and staff. Within the consumer and retail sector at KPMG, we help consumer goods companies, food and non-food retailers. Whether impacted by geo-political uncertainty, increased competitions from established and emerging brands, or rising customer expectation, today's market is tough for businesses to perform well in.

Led by senior partners, our teams have extensive knowledge of the consumer and retail sector, ranging from large multinational corporates to mid-market and small, privately run enterprises.

Across our audit, tax and advisory practice, we apply commercial insight and sector expertise to help companies to:

Transform their business: Plan and implement a viable business, operating, or financial model that will drive tangible and sustainable results.

Deliver sustainable growth: Develop innovative product or service lines, expand operations in untapped markets, and make profitable decisions through M&A, or partnership models.

Optimise cost: Manage their end-to-end value chain more effectively and streamline processes to create efficiencies and drive productivity.

Become customer-centric: Leverage data and analytics to build a better understanding of customers' needs and enhance the customer experience.

Manage talent: Integrate people with your business strategy. Attract and retain top talent and navigate complex employment laws to safeguard your workforce.

Protect your reputation: Demonstrate compliance with regulation, and ensure that your management, governance and internal risk controls are in line with industry standards. 

Pay Gap Reporting: Comply, understand and take action with KPMG’s interactive technology

The challenge posed to business by the Covid-19 pandemic is unprecedented. One of the first measures introduced to ease the burden on business was to remove enforcement of Gender Pay Gap reporting for 2019/2020. However, Inclusion & Diversity has never been more important, particularly in terms of reputation and attracting and retaining talent.

Carrying out pay gap reporting in these challenging times can be a significant compliance burden. KPMG's technology gives you the ability to undertake required pay reporting calculations. It also makes it easy to undertake enhanced analysis, providing rich insights into pay gaps (be they gender, ethnicity or other) and the potential to consider what can be done to address them. This allows you to demonstrate you are engaging with Inclusion & Diversity issues, ensuring that fairness remains a key part of your organisation's culture.

KPMG's interactive pay gap reporting technology:

  • Reduces your compliance burden by combining technology, data analytics and expert advice to allow you to comply with your regulatory requirements and provide expert insight into your pay gap data.
  • Allows you to make data driven decisions by allowing you to drill down into key data points, giving insights into where changes could be made and targets set accordingly.
  • Provides easy and interactive access to your pay gap analysis, which can be accessed on several different devices and can be customised to meet your organisation's needs.

If you are interested in a free demonstration of KPMG's pay gap reporting technology or to discuss your pay reporting project more generally, please contact Donna Sharp at

Helping consumer and retail businesses to embrace technology and become truly customer centric.