KPMG In Serbia: The First 25 Years
Touches of late summer in all the right places: putting smiles on people’s faces and making their experiences worth remembering is what we do.
Surrounded by beautiful, forest-draped outer suburbs of Belgrade, this gorgeous real estate is the actual residence of the Serbian Royal family. Built in 1929, the White Palace is made entirely out of white stone in neo-Byzantine style and it sits surrounded by lavish gardens designed by Eduard André – the master landscape architect and director of parks in Versailles. Today this Royal Court holds a valuable art collection of masterpiece sculptures and paintings, such as the ones of Rembrandt and Poussin.
The Golden Jubilee of KPMG in Serbia at White Palace included sightseeing of the entire estate compound, royal dance master class, winetasting of some of the unique and award-winning royal wine labels, as well as an exclusive gala dinner with a following posh cocktail party. Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Catherine were pleased to give a warm welcome speech to all of our 200 attendees.
25 Years Celebration