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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.
With the commencement of the Companies Act 2014 at our doorstep, companies will need to make decisions about their future.
Some significant amendments have been made to the Income Tax Act.
The proposed Irish Knowledge Development Box regime will follow a similar framework to the Modified Nexus approach.
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.
‘Transforming Insurance’ — KPMG’s latest report — highlights the sector’s priorities and progress, particularly firms’ digital maturity, to meet the digital challenge.
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.
One of the biggest economic challenges facing governments and developers around the world is how to meet the growing demand for infrastructure development.
KPMG has launched a virtual R&D centre that will serve as a global innovation hub with the aim of incubating and developing data-driven business solutions.
A report from KPMG reveals that in-house lawyers’ work is dominated by commercial decision making as boardrooms seek validation of their business and operational plans.
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.
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.
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.
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.
KPMG has welcomed the International Accounting Standards Board’s new general hedge accounting standard — IFRS 9 Financial Instruments (2013).
The government needs to plan, think and act differently if it is to be prepared for the global megatrends increasingly straining the world’s resources, according to KPMG.