KPMG in Australia is proud to announce the appointment of our new partners and executive directors.
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Are companies paying their 'fair share' of tax? KPMG addresses the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) debate.
Australia in the Asian Century provides opportunities and challenges for Australian businesses. Are you ready for the Asian century?
Despite various financial and economic uncertainties, the oil and gas sector continues to enjoy steady growth.
With now more than $1.5 trillion of assets under management, the superannuation industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Australian economy.
This report provides the facts on the current scale and composition of Chinese large-scale commercial investment into Australian agribusiness.
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Features a lead story on CEO Gary Wingrove's first 100 days, key insights into how we are creating opportunity through innovation, findings from the KPMG and Family Business Australia Family Business Survey 2013 and more.
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KPMG's survey provides a snapshot of current global trends in Corporate Responsibility reporting with benchmarks, guidance and insights to help companies worldwide determine their own approaches to Corporate Responsibility reporting and to assess and improve the quality of their reports. This year the research is more comprehensive than ever, covering 4,100 companies across 41 countries.
The role of the director continues to be shaped by a multitude of forces. To support directors in their challenging role KPMG has created The Directors’ Toolkit. This guide, in a user-friendly electronic format, empowers directors to more effectively discharge their duties and responsibilities while improving board performance and decision-making.
Are Chinese investors buying up large areas of Australian farmland? New research has found that China is not yet a major agricultural investor in Australia. The latest report into Chinese direct investment by KPMG and The University of Sydney's China Studies Centre provides the facts on the current scale and composition of Chinese large-scale commercial investment into the Australian agricultural and agribusiness sectors.
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KPMG was recognised in the Top 10 IDEAL Employers among Management/Commerce students in Australia for 2013.
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