KPMG Technology Risk Radar
With emerging threats and changing industry priorities, the Technology Risk landscape is constantly evolving. The threat risk radar is designed to aid understanding of the big picture risks that could undermine the smooth running of commercial operations.
KPMG launches its first investment fund: KPMG Capital
KPMG today announced the formation of KPMG Capital, a new wholly owned global investment fund that will invest primarily in data and analytics businesses via strategic acquisitions, technology partnerships and other data and analytics capabilities.
Cyber wars are not just for IT teams to fight, says KPMG
Reacting to news that Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre study suggests cyber attacks will escalate over the next decade KPMG’s head of cyber security says that, to succeed, the fight against cyber crime can no longer be regarded as a problem for IT.
Are you ready for the 2015 VAT changes?
On 1 January 2015 the VAT place of supply rules will change and the European Commission will implement a Mini One Stop Shop scheme to simplify VAT accounting for relevant supplies.
Taking the route to sustainable growth
Whether your growth strategy is based on increasing profitability, mergers & acquisitions, product innovation, exploiting new sales channels or entering new markets, KPMG can work with you to increase your business prospects
The draft Revenue Recognition standard: Step 5
The fourth in our series of videos on the new exposure draft “revenue from contracts with customers”. This video looks at steps 5: Recognise revenue as each performance obligation is satisfied and summary
The draft Revenue Recognition standard: Steps 3 and 4
The third in our series of videos on the new exposure draft “revenue from contracts with customers”.This video looks at steps 3 and 4: Determine the transaction price and allocate the transaction price to the separate performance obligations.
IPO in the US – The JOBS Act
Krista Pound from KPMG’s US Accounting & Reporting Group discusses The JOBS Act and what this means for Technology companies.
IPO in the US – An introduction
This discussion will focus on the financial statement aspects of listing in the US but will also touch on other aspects that a company needs to consider and address in order to be a public company operating under the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
US GAAP – Revenue Recognition
KPMG’s US Accounting & Reporting Group discusses a key area of concern for Technology companies reporting under US GAAP, revenue recognition.
US GAAP – Financial Instruments
In this video, Ian Alexander from KPMG’s US Accounting & Reporting Group discusses the complexity around financial instruments, highlighting some of the issues around derivatives, hedging, and the classification of financial instruments.
US GAAP – An introduction
This discussion focuses on the financial statement aspects of listing in the US and other considerations a public company needs to make whilst operating under the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Malware Monday: is big business next?
Commenting on reports that computer users across the globe face internet ‘downtime’ on Monday 9th July because of malware infections, Stephen Bonner, a partner within KPMG’s Information protection and Business Resilience team says
Data ‘arms race’ has already been lost, says KPMG
UK businesses are spending so much time gathering customer and competitive data that they risk losing sight of the information that can genuinely build market share as they try to survive continued economic uncertainty
Lifting the fog on fears over cloud
More than half of UK businesses are concerned about the safety of their data as cloud computing takes off but their fear is not preventing adoption