These are the latest KPMG publications which showcase some of this sector knowledge.
This brochure outlines the solutions we can deliver to our clients in China and demonstrates the reach and credentials of KPMG across China and globally.
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The FSDC in Hong Kong issued 6 new research papers on 18/11/2013, which have been submitted to Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, the Honourable CY Leung, for consideration
This paper focuses on the biomedical industry in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. It examines Hangzhou’s major activities in biomedical industry and the city’s efforts in promoting innovations and development of the industry.
This paper focuses on the development of the tourism and leisure industry presents Hangzhou’s abundant tourism resources and good public image and Hangzhou’s aspiration and efforts to become one of the world’s important tourist and leisure centres.
KPMG's latest report on China's life science sector notes that the country is set to become a crucial player in the life science and healthcare industry. Within a decade it is expected to become a global leader in drug discovery and innovation.
In this newsletter we outlined our observations on this exemption and how it may impact managers of real estate funds using Hong Kong as a base for their fund management operations.
This publication outlines the key trends and developments in the Chinese mainland infrastructure sector since 2009.
This publication is intended to provide an overview of the many issues that the industry will need to address in preparation for entry into the VAT system.
The report features insights and commentary from CEOs and other senior executives, working for some of the world's largest MNCs, all with responsibility for China.
These presentation slides highlight the implications of the VAT reforms to the transport and logistics services sectors including airlines, shipping, agents, road transport and warehousing.
This report outlines the recent developments in China's water infrastructure and examines how they may affect the water business in China, as well as identifies the opportunities for investors and operators looking into this sector.
These presentation slides highlight the event insights on the issues, opportunities and risks arising from the reforms.
This report explores the challenges that exist in China's transport and logistics sector, how regulatory and operational procedures can often hinder efficiency, and how different players are adapting to achieve a competitive advantage.
KPMG's inaugural Mainland China Trust Survey for 2011 contains the detailed financial information, inclusive of product information, for 56 of the 65 registered trust companies in China.
This report explores the encounters with Public Private Partnership and Private Finance Initiative models around Asia and is intended to stimulate further discussion among public sector officials, the financial sector and industry.
The level of development of airport facilities varies considerably across Asia Pacific. This overview provides some perspectives on the potential for investment in airports covering 13 countries and jurisdictions in the region.
This publication discusses the significance of real estate investment in Asia Pacific and the outlook of real estate products in the region.
This white paper aims at providing a prudent insight into the opportunities, concerns, plans and achievements of the Indian Airports privatisation era.
An overview of the REIT regimes in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
This publication gives an overview of the recent regulatory changes within the real estate sector across the different countries in the Asia Pacific.
This report identifies nine global megatrends that are most salient to the future of governments.
This report offers valuable examples of best practice and shows how governance is the critical glue that can bring together delivery and assurance.
KPMG International’s 2013 Global Construction Survey catches the industry in a more upbeat mood after several years of falling backlogs and tight margins that felt like a hangover following the previous boom.
This edition of Insight explores some of the world's most impactful stories of resilience to reveal what keeps infrastructure stakeholders awake at night and what they are doing to manage risk and enhance resilience.
An uncertain age: Reimagining long term care in the 21st century brings together expert commentary and global insights from 46 long term care thought leaders on the current state and future impacts of eldercare.
This publication gives an overview of the recent developments within the real estate sector across the different countries in the Asia Pacific, with a special focus on the real estate debt market.
In this edition of Insight magazine, we explore the complex world of infrastructure megaprojects and provides an informative and practical view on some of the key challenges and opportunities impacting this important sector.
This publication focuses on the essential characteristics and attributes of a competent fiscal sustainability framework for the public sector.
The Australian Government's White Paper, Australia in the Asian Century, released in October 2012, is timely in its publication and critical to our nation's future prosperity.
This publication provides insight into the infrastructure projects that make great cities, with a particular focus on the innovations that make them 'Cities of the Future' – places where people want to live and do business.
The report shows how technology is being used to cut the overall system costs of health – while providing your clients with ample opportunities to do substantially more with significantly less.
This report captures some of the most innovative concepts and practical insights from our firm’s publications to provide one of the most definitive reviews of literature on the subject of sustainable cities.
Transport and Logistics M&A activity hit a four-quarter high in the first three months of 2012, the emerging trends suggest that 2012 is poised to be a year for accelerating global M&A activity in the transport and logistics sector.
The bus and coach industry finds itself in a state of flux, facing a series of opportunities and challenges. This document highlights a selection of work where KPMG has helped clients in the industry to meet these challenges.
In this edition of Insight magazine, we explore the complex world of infrastructure finance and funding and examine some of the key challenges and opportunities facing the market.
This KPMG report is based on a survey of 430 public sector executives in 10 countries, as well as 808 private sector executives, on their cloud expectations and strategies.
This publication focuses on the potential impact of the proposals in the revised exposure draft on revenue on many common transactions in the real estate industry, affecting both developers and investors.
KPMG Global Construction Survey comes at an opportune moment, gauging the views of many of the senior executives of leading engineering and construction companies from around the world.
Participating in social media has become a business imperative. More than 70 percent of organizations operating around the world are now active on social media. Many are finding significant benefits and unexpected risks along the way.
This publication contains discussion and analysis of key topics for all organisations operating within or with the maritime sector.
The article focuses on proposals to amend IFRS 10 Consolidated Financial Statements. The amendments would require qualifying investment entities to account for subsidiaries at fair value through profit or loss.
In this edition of Insight we explore infrastructure challenges being faced by cities, and feature interviews with key city leaders and private sector executives from around the world to shed light on how they are responding.
Healthcare mergers are unlike those in any other industry. High emotion, political undertones, access concerns and stakeholder influences all play a significant role in shaping the outcome of mergers in Healthcare.
In this updated paper, KPMG examines the risks and rewards of involving private finance in the delivery of water infrastructure, and discuss how municipal governments and potential investors can benefit.
This KPMG Global Infrastructure report focuses on the construction risks and models found in new nuclear power projects.
This edition of IFRS Practice Issues considers the requirements of IAS 17 Leases in respect of leases of land.
This publication addresses he fifth annual KPMG Global Construction Survey highlights the key issues confronting the industry and the measures adopted by contractors to adapt to new opportunities identified.
INSIGHT shines a spotlight on many of the key issues facing today's global infrastructure industry providing a broad scope of local, regional and global perspectives.
The report discusses the challenges in achieving integration, the role of governments, and the potential impact of integration on healthcare providers.
This publication examines the marine sector during the aftermath of the turbulent time of the global economy.
This edition of New on the Horizon considers the proposals in the exposure draft with additional focus on the potential impact on real estate companies.
This publication draws on data from previous experiences of fiscal adjustment, economic research, insights from KPMG professionals globally, and interviews with senior academics and public sector leaders in the US, UK, Germany, Canada, and Spain.
This paper highlights the issues, trends and benefits of the dynamic technologies.
This report examines the implementation and oversight of development assistance programs, and provides understanding of common denominators of accountability for a positive impact on recipient countries.
The IASB and the US FASB published a joint exposure draft on revenue recognition, which will have significant implications on contract accounting in the building and construction sector if implemented in its current form.
With carbon-related taxes and pricing mechanisms on the rise, this report provides some practical advice for CEOs on first steps they can take in setting up energy and emissions reporting frameworks.
KPMG commissioned a survey comparing and contrasting the varying degrees of a shared global problem and examined some of the different national responses to the difficult issues many governments are facing.
KPMG's Global Infrastructure practice, in conjunction with Infrastructure Journal, launched a new publication entitled the Infrastructure 100 - a showcase of the most interesting infrastructure projects from around the world.
Lessons learned from KPMG in Portugal's work advising for Portugal's first high-speed rail project.
This report presents 10 case studies from healthcare organizations around the world that have improved quality of care and efficiency.
This publication addresses the consideration of IAS 40 Investment Property in respect of property under construction or development for future use as investment property.
The report explores findings from nineteeen urban transport case studies from countries around the world, including New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dublin, Bogota, Manila, Manchester, and Bangkok.
This report covers issues involved in reconciling government performance in an era of financial constraint.
This paper examines the barriers to accessing the debt capital markets for project financing and provides a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the potential solutions that are being developed.
This report, which is focused on IFRS, looks at how the financial reporting of the shipping industry has responded to the economic downturn and what lies in store for the future.
This publication provides case studies of 11 major rail industry projects that KPMG has undertaken globally.
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