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Audit committees around the world said economic and political uncertainty and volatility, regulatory compliance, and operational risk pose the greatest challenges for companies in the year ahead.
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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.
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The role of business is increasingly being scrutinised, debated and challenged. As a business community, we need to be aware of this trend and respond to it.
The insurance world has changed significantly, not just incrementally but fundamentally, as the digital revolution transforms the way we interact and do business.
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The world in which we live and work is changing rapidly, driven by a number of deeply rooted forces — megatrends.
In this paper, KPMG presents research into reporting of social investment by 100 of the world’s largest companies and their associated foundations.
The IASB has brought the publication of an IFRS closer to realisation. But critical decisions remain to be addressed.
KPMG’s M&A Predictor is a forward-looking tool that helps member firm clients to forecast worldwide trends in mergers and acquisitions.
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.
Tim Tolhurst, chief purchasing officer of DSM, discusses seven key strategies that he uses to compel business value within his procurement organisation.
This year’s The Lawyer UK 200 results convey the clearest message yet that success lies in firms’ evolution to businesses that deliver services.
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