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KPMG announces the opening of a new office in Timaru.
The ‘tax morality’ debate has held centre stage in tax circles for many months now.
Following a strong increase in the previous quarter, the country’s retail banks’ net profits rose 12.9% to $971 million in March 2013 quarter.
Phishing attacks are occurring with increased frequency and with an increased level of sophistication. The risks are real.
Asia accounted for only 16% of gross foreign direct investment over the last 2 years. Australia remains our main source.
We expect Budget 2013 to have two major and urgent themes – boosting economic growth and better social outcomes.
We've teamed up with the Health Quality and Safety Commission to develop consumer experience indicators.
Net profits have risen by 10.5% to $855 million, an increase by $81 million from previous quarter.
New Zealand companies are showing increased confidence and stronger appetite to do deals.
New Zealand businesses are too complacent about the growing risk of bribery and corruption.
The Inland Revenue has explained when working away from home becomes a taxable “perk”.
Banks are in good shape with banking sector profits up 13.6% in the year to September 2012.
Business and IT leaders across the globe are finding cloud adoption to be more complicated than anticipated.
KPMG research released at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland has revealed a global insatiable appetite for media.
NZ financial institutions have little time to assess the likely impact of FATCA and consider the changes required.
Millions of individuals are being robbed of personal information around the world as the hacking of company data sky-rockets.
Finance companies have reported an overall profit increase of 14 % in KPMG’s latest FIPS non-banking survey.
The IRD have released a commissioner’s statement signalling a significant and unwelcome change to accommodation & accommodation allowances.
Businesses with low or no profitability are keeping some lenders awake at night.
Signed agreements provide New Zealand with a guide to what type of entities and financial products the US will exempt from the application of FATCA.
The US Department of the Treasury is in discussions with more than 50 countries to enter Intergovernmental Agreements for FATCA.
New Zealand will negotiate an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the US to facilitate the implementation of FATCA.
Bank profits recover from March quarter, up 44.6%. Bank assets up 2.3% to $370 billion. European debt crisis continues to fuel concern.
FATCA is seen by many as the US forcing its laws on the rest of the world and turning non-US financial institutions into tax collectors for the US.
KPMG and Frasers Limited in Tauranaga are very excited to announce they are merging forces.
An organisation’s data needs to be protected by thorough and effective risk mitigation strategies.
KPMG and Heidrick & Struggles are proud to sponsor the launch of the New Zealand chapter of Women Corporate Directors.
Many global organisations can do a lot more to protect their private data and reduce exposure to attacks by hackers.
The challenge will be continuing on the path to prosperity in the face of ever tightening fiscal conditions and global uncertainty.
2011 was a year of strong profits for New Zealand's banks, despite the deleveraging trend continuing through the year.
Two large super-frauds has resulted in the highest dollar value of large frauds recorded in a six month period.
KPMG was voted Sustainable Firm of the year at this month’s inaugural industry awards by the International Accounting Bulletin.
10 “megaforces” will significantly affect corporate growth globally over the next two decades.
Anti-money laundering costs rise by 45 percent. The focus on ‘Politically Exposed Persons’ intensifies in wake of Arab Spring.
The incidence of 'super frauds' continues to drive the aggregate value of frauds to record annual levels.
KPMG- ‘Inside the business of Rugby World Cup 2011’ campaign.
KPMG’s member firms will hire approximately 75,000 graduate students worldwide over the next three years.
KPMG NZ has appointed Ross Buckley as Executive Chairman and Paul Herrod as Chief Executive of the firm.
To grow global market-share and reputation New Zealand agriculture must focus on actions companies here can take.
KPMG today announced their “Inside the business of Rugby World Cup 2011” campaign.
Loop-holes in Bill allows totally inexperienced or rogue practitioners to become insolvency “specialists” as long as they are 18 years of age.
We welcome the Government’s move to implement a mixed ownership model for selected State owned Enterprises.
Budget signifies a further step in the Government’s ‘sinking-lid’ approach to stemming government expenditure.
The timing and impact of the Christchurch rebuild are central to the Government’s planned return to surplus by 2014/15, says KPMG.
KPMG is pleased that the Government’s top priority is focussed on getting the country’s fiscal and deficit position under control.
New Zealand’s banking sector posted a return to profitability in 2010.
There has been a significant increase in the value of fraud, according to the KPMG Fraud Barometer report released today.
Business is more than just transactions. It’s about the strength of relationships and it’s why we are investing in high performing staff.
Appetite for M&A activity is improving. Some investors are starting to show more readiness than others.
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