The latest news and media releases from KPMG in Australia.
KPMG study finds the Australian manufacturing sector has a cautious attitude, focussing on existing product lines rather than taking a transformational approach.
KPMG Australia delivered revenues of $1.12 billion and increased profitability for the year ended 30 June 2014.
A global KPMG survey has shown that the majority of countries are not processing GST refunds efficiently.
Australian banks and insurers have avoided the worst effects of an eagerly-awaited international accounting standard on provisioning for bad debts.
KPMG has entered into an agreement to acquire the business of boutique consultancy Momentum Partners as well as a Karratha accounting practice.
KPMG responds to the Murray Inquiry, released today.
KPMG has appointed Paul Howes a director in its market-leading Advisory practice, commencing on 21 July 2014.
KPMG celebrates the appointment of 38 new partners and executive directors, up from 35 last year, reflecting investment across all divisions.
Shareholders in junior mineral exploration companies to enjoy $100m tax credits boost as Minister unveils Exploration Development Incentive scheme.
Companies entering new era of governance responsibilities as revised ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations apply from 1 July.
KPMG warns of potential difficulties with the automatic exchange of tax information, a key part of the OECD’s and G20’s plans on global tax avoidance.
Noeleen Robertson, KPMG Tax Director, International Executive Services, gives her planning tips ahead of end of financial year.
KPMG International launches KPMG Insights Labs, a virtual R&D center aiming to develop data-driven business solutions for KPMG member firms’ clients.
KPMG International study finds companies are investing in social programs but few are reporting the impact these investments have.
Telecoms, software and construction are some of the sectors which will be most affected by a long-awaited revenue accounting standard.
KPMG's reaction to the 2014 Federal Budget.
Australia's major banks delivered a solid financial result driven by even lower bad debt charges and improved revenues from new home lending.
Australia needs tax reform if the social compact between taxpayers and government is to be maintained over the next decade, KPMG warns today.
Students from around the world competed for the KPMG international title by developing innovative solutions to complex real-world business issues.
KPMG and The University of Sydney Demystifying China interactive website launched by Minister for Trade and Investment, the Hon Andrew Robb MP.
KPMG continues to build its strategy consulting capability, adding the senior Melbourne team of Pacific Strategy Partners to its Australian practice.
KPMG study shows big improvement in corporate reporting of ASX 51-100 listed companies, but there are still many areas for development.
KPMG International (KPMGI) announced today that John B. Veihmeyer’s selection as Global Chairman was ratified by the firm’s Global Council.
KPMG cautions that a new third party data reporting system could burden the financial services industry with considerably more administration.
KPMG today launched the Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia, March 2014 Update with the University of Sydney's China Studies centre.
John B. Veihmeyer will be KPMG’s next Global Chairman, succeeding Michael Andrew who is retiring after serving as Global Chairman since May 2011.
KPMG today confirmed that its Sunshine Coast regional office will leave the KPMG network on 1 March 2014.
KPMG continues to expand its digital capability, announcing its acquisition of leading Australian social media intelligence company, SR7.
KPMG finds that awareness and take-up of anti-money laundering (AML) measures across the financial services industry is behind the global average.
KPMG Australia has announced that the Cairns regional office will leave the firm’s member network effective 1 March 2014.
Executives see value of data and analytics, but 85 percent face challenges in analysing their existing data.
KPMG International (KPMG) today announced record-high aggregated revenues of US$23.42 billion for the year ending 30 September.
Australia's top 100 companies show a significant rise in the number of companies reporting on corporate responsibility.
KPMG today launched Australia's first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) incorporating an assessment of social impact.
KPMG today announced it has signed a 15-year conditional lease agreement with Walker Corporation at Collins Square.
Although Australia’s Mutual Banks faced another testing year in 2012/13, the industry’s confidence for growth in the year ahead is increasing.
KPMG welcomes the International Accounting Standards Board’s new general hedge accounting standard – IFRS 9 Financial Instruments (2013).
Technology is playing an increasingly significant role in fraud, finds KPMG International’s latest study, Global Profiles of a Fraudster.
KPMG International today announced the formation of KPMG Capital, a new investment fund created to help clients unlock the value of their big data.
Australia's major banks continue to deliver recording strong profit results for the 2012-2013 year as they position themselves for future challenges.
Research finds that China is not yet a major agricultural investor in Australia and owns less than 1 percent of Australian farmland.
KPMG and Coupa have signed a strategic alliance to enhance sourcing and procurement efficiency and effectiveness.
After prolonged economic uncertainty, a majority of companies in the global engineering and construction sector have renewed confidence in growth.
KPMG Australia is taking a proactive stance to address gender diversity in its workplace by introducing targets for the first time.
Australia's insurers have posted substantial profit increases in 2013 however significant challenges lie ahead.
Australian family business owners see themselves as more adaptable and resilient to market according to the 2013 Family Business Survey.
KPMG in Australia continued to execute its client-focused strategy, delivering sound revenues of $1.113 billion for the year ending 30 June 2013.
A new study released by KPMG demographer Bernard Salt reveals the lengths some Australians will go to retain their Gold Coast lifestyle.
KPMG International's latest Global M&A Predictor shows that deal appetite are higher than it was 12 months ago.
MVNOs are leading in customer experience in certain key areas Significant opportunities for telcos to differentiate themselves on customer experience.
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In Australia, KPMG offers audit, tax and advisory services through around 5,200 professionals in 13 offices.
KPMG’s Australian practice is led by our Chief Executive Officer, Gary Wingrove. The CEO presides over the National Executive Committee.