China

Consumer Markets Publications 

These are the latest KPMG publications which showcase some of this sector knowledge.  
China and Hong Kong Publications

 

China’s Connected Consumers
KPMG China: Informed perspectives, clear solutions
KPMG China corporate video 2012
Intellectual Property Rights Study
KPMG Executive Briefing | The Mainland Tourist - a consumer explosion
Global Reach of China Luxury
The Future for MNCs in China: A KPMG China Study
2011 China Retail Loss Prevention Survey
Luxury experiences in China - A KPMG study
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Consumer Markets
China Investment Forum 2010 slides
Retail Loss Prevention Survey in China 2010
 
Asia Pacific Publications

 

The Rise of the Middle Class in Asian Emerging Markets
Product Sourcing in Asia Pacific - New locations, extended value chains
A Merchant's View of Card Payments in Asia Pacific
Indian Retail: Time to change lanes
Global Publications

 

Transforming for growth: Consumer business in the digital age - Global Consumer Executive Top of Mind Survey 2014
Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014: Performance in the crosshairs
A Roadmap to Responsible Soy: approaches to increase certification and reduce risk
The Application of IFRS: Retail companies
Australia in the Asian century: Opportunities and challenges
The Application of IFRS: Food, drink and consumer goods companies
Consumers and Convergence 5: The Converged Lifestyle
Turning global risk into opportunity: Key priorities for consumer company CFOs
Going Social
New on the Horizon: Revenue from contracts with customers
Measuring Up: Improving Sustainability in Consumer Markets
CFO Insights: A global survey of Consumer Markets executives
New on the Horizon: Leases for retailers
Procurement Fraud in Consumer Companies - Preventing, Detecting and Taking Action
New on the Horizon: Revenue recognition for food, drink and consumer goods companies
A Global View of M&A in Consumer Markets: 2010 and beyond
Defined Benefit Plans - Proposed amendments to IAS 19 - FDCG
Defined Benefit Plans - Proposed amendments to IAS 19 - Retail
The Evolution of Retailing: Reinventing the Customer Experience
Business Outlook Survey
Luxury business: responding to the crisis
Global Retail Loss Prevention Survey 2009
The End of Business as Usual for Consumer Markets? Perspectives from Industry Finance Executives

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Publication Series & Newsletters

 

Webcasts

Proposed New Guidance on Leasing

Consumer Markets On-Demand Webcast: Proposed New Guidance on Leasing - the new 'right-of-use' accounting model jointly proposed by the IASB and the FASB will change the way companies reporting under IFRS or US GAAP record their assets and liabilities arising from lease contracts. This webcast discusses how the proposed new standard will impact the way that Retailers and other lessees account for their leases. (7 October 2010)

 

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Consumer Markets On-Demand Webcast: Proposed New Guidance on Revenue Recognition

 

Consumer Markets On-Demand Webcast: Proposed New Guidance on Revenue Recognition - the IASB and FASB (the Boards) released this new Exposure Draft, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, on 24 June 2010. This webcast presented the far-reaching implications that the proposed standard will have on FDCG companies. (28 July 2010)


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Consumer Markets On-Demand Webcast: Sustainable Margin Improvement

 

Consumer Markets On-Demand Webcast: Sustainable Margin Improvement - this webcast explored both the pricing and cost dimensions of Sustainable Margin Improvement (SMI) with a focus on what they have found to be critical factors in delivering success. (18 May 2010)

 

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KPMG Webcast for Global Consumer Markets: Procurement Fraud

 

Consumer Markets Webcast: Procurement Fraud - The Challenges and Benefits of Preventing, Detecting and Taking Action - valuable insights on procurement fraud risks, leading anti-fraud procurement practices and cross-departmental approaches to help combat potential procurement fraud. (25 February 2010)

 

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