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The Brisbane summit provides an opportune moment for policymakers to reflect upon two key questions for regulatory reform.
Oman’s newly signed treaty with Spain reduces withholding tax rates and includes a new limitation on benefits clause to prevent treaty shopping.
Technology industry leaders are most bullish on revenue growth in the US, China and the UK, according to the results of the annual Technology Business Outlook survey.
In this paper, KPMG presents research into reporting of social investment by 100 of the world’s largest companies and their associated foundations.
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 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.
In a KPMG survey of 60 executives, 90 per cent indicated that the number of cross-border investigations have either increased or remained the same over the last year.
A KPMG survey indicates that while many large companies acknowledge corporate responsibility risks, their executives are not incentivised to manage these effectively.
Research from KPMG reveals that many organisations take a narrow approach to talent management — one that is steadily weakening their competitiveness and agility.
KPMG Capital is an investment fund created to accelerate innovation in data and analytics that will help clients of member firms unlock tangible value of their big data.
Poland’s Supreme Administrative Court has referred an issue concerning the taxation of ‘benefits in kind’ to the Constitutional Tribunal.
A report by KPMG has revealed that culprits are predominantly employees colluding with others outside the organisation.