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Canadian business leaders are divided over the impact of low oil prices on their bottom lines, according to the C-Suite survey report.
The Canadian FATCA Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) was announced on February 5, 2014. FATCA will require all non-US entities worldwide to undertake additional reporting. Find out how the IGA may affect your business.
KPMG's Energy professionals can help clarify the issues and enhance your competitive advantage. We serve organizations operating in three sectors: Energy Services, Oil & Gas, and Power & Utilities.
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A new world for insurance - new IFRS proposals for insurance accounting released
The new accounting and reporting model for insurance contracts proposed by the IASB on June 20, 2013 would completely overhaul the way an insurer’s financial statements look. The re-exposure draft would go some of the way towards addressing concerns that the changes to insurance and financial instruments accounting in the original IFRS proposals would create potentially large and unrealistic volatility in profit or loss. The new proposals would also provide a consistent reporting framework for use across and within entities. This begins a relatively short comment period which is intended to lead to a final standard in early 2014.
The new UK supervisory framework: Opportunities and challenges...
A report looking at the challenges for the financial services industry of the legal transition from the Financial Services Authority to the new regulatory bodies: Financial Policy Committee, Prudential Regulation Authority and Financial Conduct Authority.
Resolution Planning [PDF 90Kb]
As in most jurisdictions, US financial institutions are subject to requirements for resolution plans. In developing their Resolution Plan, filers must keep in mind that the resolution planning process continues to evolve. And the standard format and requirements of these plans may change as regulators continue to review the initial plans filed.
Solvency ll: From building ERM frameworks to empowering risk management
The delays to Europe’s Solvency II present insurers with an opportunity to step back and think about how they can fully embed risk management within the business.
Insurers machines that talk and the driverless car
Technology is capable of being hugely disruptive to established business models. However, insurers, as an industry, have shown themselves to be capable of innovating and harnessing the benefits of technological change.
Frontiers in Tax - April 2013
This edition of frontiers in tax is devoted to developments in the Asia Pacific region — relatively unscathed by the crisis and continuing to offer evidence of dynamism and growth, but not without challenges.
Moving on - The scope for better regulation in banking
This publication focuses on the cumulative impact of regulatory change on the wider economy – in particular, economic growth.
KPMG's insurance practice in Canada is well placed to help clients successfully navigate challenging times and capitalize on opportunities.
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