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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.
Tim Tolhurst, chief purchasing officer of DSM, discusses seven key strategies that he uses to compel business value within his procurement organisation.
KPMG International has appointed Brian Daly as global insurance tax lead. He also sits on the company’s Global Financial Services leadership team.
Plug-in hybrids will lead the pack among e-vehicles in the race to produce cleaner, more efficient vehicles, according to a KPMG survey.
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 is perceived as having the strongest capabilities of any provider in the global sustainability assurance marketplace, according to the latest Green Quadrant report from Verdantix.
KPMG International has announced record-high aggregated revenues of $23.42bn for the fiscal year ended 30 September 2013.
Semiconductor business leaders see less momentum today for a sustained industry recovery in 2014 than a year ago.
A KPMG survey indicates that while many large companies acknowledge corporate responsibility risks, their executives are not incentivised to manage these effectively.
KPMG has welcomed the publication of the International Integrated Reporting Council’s integrated reporting framework.
KPMG’s Larry Bradley believes that the IAASB’s proposals are an important first step towards better meeting the needs of users who want more insight into audits than is currently possible.
Research from KPMG reveals that many organisations take a narrow approach to talent management — one that is steadily weakening their competitiveness and agility.
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.
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.
KPMG has won the IT Services Marketing Association’s (ITSMA’s) Diamond Award for integrated social and digital marketing.
Poland’s Supreme Administrative Court has referred an issue concerning the taxation of ‘benefits in kind’ to the Constitutional Tribunal.