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KPMG Finland has acquired 100 per cent of Trusteq Oy, a 45-strong Finnish cyber security consulting company specialising in identity and access management services and security transformation projects.
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.
According to KPMG, predicted forward P/E ratios, a measure of confidence or appetite, were 16 per cent higher in December 2013 than they were 12 months earlier.
For the second year, running female delegates at the World Economic Forum meeting at Davos are outperforming their male counterparts on social media.
Emerging health economies face major long-term financial problems if they try to replicate hospital-based western models, a report by KPMG warns.
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.
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.