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According to a KPMG survey, 91 per cent of leading business students expect to work in at least three to four countries during their careers.
A series of interviews conducted by KPMG highlights that the current IFRS model of mandatory annual impairment testing of goodwill is due for a rethink.
KPMG has announced that member firms have received two awards from the Association of Management Consulting Firms.
KPMG has revealed that rising domestic confidence in many developed markets is not yet translating into an increase in cross-border acquisitions.
KPMG experts have analysed the role business partnerships through M&A, joint ventures or strategic alliances will play driving business expansion in Myanmar in 2015.
The IASB has brought the publication of an IFRS closer to realisation. But critical decisions remain to be addressed.
KPMG member firms have conducted a survey of Internationally Active Insurance Groups (IAIGs) on the possible costs and potential benefits of global regulatory change.
KPMG International has announced that John Veihmeyer has been selected by the board of directors as the next global chairman.
A report from Kennedy Consulting Research and Advisory has cited KPMG member firms as ‘vanguard leaders’ in ‘advancing’ in the breadth and depth of HR transformation capabilities.
KPMG’s M&A Predictor is a forward-looking tool that helps member firm clients to forecast worldwide trends in mergers and acquisitions.
Attention being paid by senior management to money laundering challenges is at an all-time high, according to findings from a new KPMG International report.
In a recent KPMG International poll, more than 75 per cent of respondents said they were involved in a tax examination or dispute with a revenue authority, with 43 per cent reporting that they feel the process takes too long and is too expensive.
According to KPMG, predicted forward P/E ratios, a measure of confidence or appetite, were 16 per cent higher in December 2013 than they were 12 months earlier.
For the second year, running female delegates at the World Economic Forum meeting at Davos are outperforming their male counterparts on social media.
Emerging health economies face major long-term financial problems if they try to replicate hospital-based western models, a report by KPMG warns.
Western oil majors have worked hard to get their foot back into the door of the petroleum sector in the Middle East. But now this is set to change.
According to KPMG, today’s energy and natural resources organisations may be unprepared to meet the ever-growing array of risks now present in the market.
A KPMG report has revealed a disconnect between executives who realise the value of big data but are unsure of how to effectively implement their existing resources.
Tim Tolhurst discusses how DSM’s procurement organisation has driven success by enhancing the awareness and capabilities of supplier relationships.
Fredrick Spalcke, chief procurement officer of Philips, discusses how procurement organisations can leverage internal expertise for supplier analysis.