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Around 100 present and aspiring women board members will gather in London on 4-5 March for the second European Institute meeting of Women Corporate Directors.
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision proposes guidance on sound credit risk practices.
What will be the key areas that the European Central Bank will focus on following the bank stress test results?
The European Commission has finalised a Delegated Act setting out how credit institutions will pay into national resolution funds.
The Brisbane summit provides an opportune moment for policymakers to reflect upon two key questions for regulatory reform.
KPMG International’s ‘Infrastructure 100: World Markets Report’ highlights key trends driving infrastructure investment around the world.
KPMG has called for the EU’s financial services regulatory reform agenda to be re-evaluated to avoid a serious risk to businesses, jobs and economic growth.
The Nigerian banking landscape continues to face significant headwinds on its bottom line — both from the top line and costs.
With so many Nigerians happily surfing the net, why have local banks not converted more of these sophisticated web users into internet banking customers?
KPMG has commented following the IASB’s issuance of the fourth and final version of its new standard on financial instruments accounting — IFRS 9 Financial Instruments.
One of the biggest economic challenges facing governments and developers around the world is how to meet the growing demand for infrastructure development.
Investing in the future — how megatrends are reshaping the future of the investment management industry
The world in which we live and work is changing rapidly, driven by a number of deeply rooted forces — megatrends.
The global asset management industry will radically transform over the next 15 years due to seismic shifts in client demographics and other factors, according to KPMG.
KPMG and Rothstein Kass, a professional services firm in the hedge fund industry, have entered into an agreement by which most of the employees of Rothstein Kass will join KPMG.
KPMG believes that the new joint standard on revenue recognition is a major achievement for the standard setters, but that its publication is just the beginning.
KPMG is working with economia magazine to host a series of roundtables in major capital markets focusing on the current and future state of audit.
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.