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KPMG Capital focuses on investments and opportunities in the Data & Analytics space.
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.
KPMG goes beyond the data, taking you from insight to opportunity.
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.
A series that explores how governments must respond to the global megatrends driving change into 2030.
The Change Readiness Index assesses the ability of 90 countries (developed and developing) to manage change and cultivate the resulting opportunity.
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.
KPMG is led by highly experienced business leaders. The Global Executive Team, which includes global practice heads, regional leaders and a number of senior partners from our member firms, works across the KPMG network to drive the execution of our strategy, create alignment with our core values, and help our people maintain a high level of integrity.
The Global Board is the principal governance and oversight body. Its key responsibilities include approving long-term strategy, protecting and enhancing the KPMG brand and approving policies and regulations. It includes the Global Chairman, the Global Deputy Chairman and the Chairman of each of our three regions.
Our path towards integrated reporting
KPMG is active in the development of integrated reporting. In fact, our Deputy Chairman represents us on the International Integrated Reporting Council. Integrated reporting enables an organization to tell its value creation story by providing financial and nonfinancial information on its strategy, performance and governance in its business and social context, in a way that highlights the interdependencies of the information.
Integrated reporting is intended to reflect the broad and longer-term consequences of the decisions organizations make, based on a wide range of factors, to create and sustain value. It also enables an organization to communicate in a clear way how it is drawing on all the resources it utilizes to generate value in the short, medium and long-term, helping investors to manage risks and allocate resources most efficiently.
KPMG International is participating in the pilot program of the International Integrated Reporting Council and is exploring opportunities to integrate our reporting, both internally and externally. As part of this process, we have formed a cross-functional Steering Committee, chaired by our Global CFO with support from executive leadership and leveraging the insights of KPMG client service professionals that assist clients with integrated reporting and assessing opportunities for our own reporting.
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