KPMG in the UK embarked on a journey of transformation during 2013, in pursuit of our strategic goal to dominate professional services. Our Annual Review highlights how we bring real benefits to our clients, our people and society as a whole.
We are proud to be partnering with Action for Literacy and Shelter to enable us to play a greater part in tackling the key issues of literacy and homelessness in the UK today.
Reinvention of UK Banking highlights that, as the cost of remediation continues to dominate results presentations, banks face an uphill battle as they try to radically transform in a timeframe that is acceptable to all stakeholders.
Explore why technology firms should choose to invest in the UK. We consider what the UK currently has in its favour as it battles for technology investment.
Technology has revolutionised the day-to-day lives of individuals and organisations alike. But if we're to continue to benefit and to profit from it, and if we're to minimise the potential downsides, we're going to have make some choices.
We help our clients understand current issues and future trends in the world of work, and identify how they can enhance organisational performance through their people.
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If you’re not a little bit scared, you’re not paying attention. Find out more about our graduate programmes in audit, tax, advisory and central services.
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KPMG’s leadership blogs brings you insight, opinion and debate from our senior partners and industry experts.
The 2013 edition of our Alumni magazine, Connected, features Alumni profiles, as well as articles about Cyber Security and Tax Transparency. Regional variations for Scotland, North, Midlands and South are also available
Over 11,000 of our alumni are registered on LinkedIn. We have established the KPMG UK Alumni group to enable you to contact many of our past and current people who are members.
KPMG's healthcare practice forms a network of expertise with deep insight in the sector. Access the latest publications from our UK and international healthcare teams covering a broad range of issues and themes currently facing health systems around the world.
This report looks at the challenges NHS employees face in the wide range of pensions issues. It shows how KPMG can work with leadership teams to help develop a proactive strategy to help manage risks and seize opportunities to help with becoming an employer of choice.
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Clinical commissioning represents one of the most radical reforms in the history of the NHS. The Government’s objective to bring decision-making as close as possible to patients, whilst saving 40% of the management costs, signifies an important shift in the scale and pace of change.
Healthcare sector leaders, whether working for the NHS, private healthcare providers or pharmaceutical businesses are, quite rightly, very focused on their most significant challenges – from saving lives every day, to meeting targets and improving care.
However, the potentially huge benefits which can be achieved from focusing on energy and resource efficiency are currently being underestimated, or missed altogether. Three of KPMG in the UK’s health and sustainability experts share their insights on this critical healthcare issue.
The challenges facing the NHS will not be solved by more blue sky, conceptual thinking. Success will be found through skill, dedication and sheer effort - taking each yard of mud, step by step. In this light, KPMG launches its NHS propositions under the banner of 'Perform'.
What Works is a series of thought leadership reports that address some of the most pressing healthcare challenges that the world faces today.At the core of our argument is changing the way in which healthcare works with patients in order to ensure they are more active in their own healthcare.
More than medicine examines strategies and emerging opportunities lifes sciences companies can use to align their interests and expertise to evolving healthcare systems.
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This report aims to privide a snapshot of the thinking and learning that emerged from KPMG's Global Healthcare summit held in Rome in October 2012. It also looks at some of the main implications of that learning for those who pay for healthcare, those who provide it and those who consume it.
As the £20bn efficiency drive bites further, some may be tempted to view staff as a cost to the system - 'cost walks on two legs'. In our latest article on workforce productivity we argue for a more strategic and longer term view 'value walks on two legs'. Read the preface to our forthcoming global report ' Value Walks' which explores how healthcare leaders can create a seemingly paradoxical synergy: enhancing productivity while simultaneously increasing work attractiveness and professional motivation.
KPMG’s Center of Excellence contains some of the world’s leading healthcare professionals. Individuals in this team have been at the heart of health reform and practice for many decades. Most have held senior positions in the private and public sector and are prominent members of highly influential think tanks and associations.
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KPMG in the UK
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Chairman and Partner
KPMG's Global Health Practice
020 7694 2014
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