The latest news and media from KPMG in Australia.
Australia's major banks have posted respectable profit growth for the 2012-2013 half year.
KPMG has agreed to acquire Makinson Cowell, one of Europe's leading independent equity markets advisory firms.
KPMG has confirmed John Somerville as its new National Managing Partner, Advisory effective from 1 July 2013.
KPMG has welcomed the publication of the International Integrated Reporting Council's (IIRC) Draft Integrated Reporting Framework.
The Chairman of KPMG Australia, Peter Nash, has announced the Board of KPMG Australia will appoint Gary Wingrove as its new CEO effective 1 July 2013.
Top students compete for international title by developing innovative solutions to complex real-world business issues.
Australia is not doing enough to attract the necessary capital it needs to fund its future energy requirements.
Research into Chinese direct investment reveals some new and potentially significant changes to the pattern of Chinese outbound direct investment.
KPMG has appointed senior infrastructure banker Roddy Adams to lead a new regional infrastructure team based in Singapore.
KPMG has released the country's first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) App – an interactive iPad App, showing KPMG's journey towards reconciliation.
As more organisations realise significant benefits from the adoption of cloud, the importance of cloud to the CIO agenda can no longer be questioned.
A three-fold increase in major fraud over 15 years is still not enough to prompt senior management to view fraud as a serious problem.
Australian companies rank highly in the 2013 international gold awards table for sustainable business, according to The Sustainability Yearbook 2013.