The KPMG International Annual Review focuses on our record of achievement and those who define us as an organization: clients, people and communities.
We will build and sustain our reputation as the best firm to work with by ensuring that our people, our clients and our communities achieve their full potential.
KPMG's Global IFRS Institute provides information and resources to help Board and Audit Committee Members, Executives, Management, Stakeholders and Government Representatives gain insight on the evolving global financial reporting framework.
CC&S is a global network of professionals providing sustainability & climate change services delivering value to corporate & public sector clients.
Mining organizations need to adapt across the mining asset lifecycle, from expansion to closure, as changing economic, political and regulatory environment demand greater flexibility.
The Chemical industry’s landscape is changing fast - global companies are developing or launching new products and services – and appear optimistic - setting sights on geographic expansion.
Something to Teach, Something to Learn addresses practitioners rather than policy makers - and it champions real and successful developments as well as showing how new theories can be applied in the real world.
This report provides an analysis of the complex, fragmented and rapidly evolving green tax landscape worldwide. It aims to encourage companies to explore the opportunities of green tax incentives, and to reduce exposure to green tax penalties.
The global job search tool allows you to search available career opportunities within many of our 150 member firms worldwide.
KPMG's International Case Competition (KICC) is a chance for students to challenge yourself to solve a real business issue and an opportunity to meet new people across the globe.
The technology innovation cycle is speeding up, with new technologies transforming enterprise and consumer markets in ways that could not have been imagined a couple of years ago. As a result, technology companies face a constant stream of changes to their business and operating models.
To identify and assess disruptive technologies that may result in business transformation, KPMG has created the Technology Innovation Center.
The center connects leading technology thinkers including entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 executives, venture capitalists and KPMG professionals around the world. The headquarters are located in Santa Clara (Silicon Valley), California, US.
To gain deeper insight into disruptive technologies, KPMG’s 2012 global survey asked technology leaders for their views on the scope of change over the next four years With cloud and mobile technologies the prime drivers, and China emerging as a true rival to the US, the findings indicate that the landscape for technology innovation is as fast-moving as the technologies themselves.
As our survey shows, technology innovation is no longer just the domain of a few. Cities worldwide are becoming recognized for their ability to spot and nurture innovation in their own backyards. Our interactive map highlights some local initiatives that could have global impact.
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