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.
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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.
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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
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The fall off in demand for fuel, particularly for transportation and manufacturing, has significantly hit demand, and evolving regulatory pressures are squeezing already tight margins. As we move into an era where technology provides the competitive edge and companies look to add value, rather than volume, businesses in the sector need forward thinking advice and practical strategies from professionals who understand their businesses and their challenges.KPMG's Oil and Gas network serves all areas of the industry in North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. We advise global corporations, independents, refining and oil service firms and national oil companies. Along with financial and risk expertise, our specialist teams can provide strategic input and insight to help produce enduring results for our clients.
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Exclusive interviews with key industry experts including Dev Sanyal, BP’s Executive Vice President and Group Chief of Staff, Beth Mitchell, co-author of the Chatham House report What Next For The Oil And Gas Industry?, and Professor Paul Stevens, Distinguished Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources at Chatham House. Issues covered are Cyber security, Joint Ventures, Tax Transparency, Shale Gas and Driving value in the industry.
KPMG has contributed to the Chatham House report “What Next for the Oil & Gas Industry”. This report looks at the oil and gas industry and the pressures that will transform it. The effect of other industries on oil demand, the increasing opportunities for non-conventional oil and gas that offset perceptions of limits to conventional resources
Ever since the 1970s nationalizations, western oil companies have worked hard to get back into the Middle East petroleum sector. After years of courting national oil companies (NOCs) and local governments, the results are disappointing. They face intense competition from Asian NOCs and winning deals often produces unattractive results. Their focus is changing, with ‘big oil’ investment dollars returning to unconventional oil in North America, where terms are stable and opportunities abound.
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Change is a constant factor in the Oil and Gas industry. The next few years may represent a tipping point, based on increased energy demand, more visible Asian markets and the shift towards alternative energy sources. Africa will be seen to play an ever more important role as a ready source of Oil and Gas for western and Asian markets.
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This report discusses the global shale market and looks at developments in the big three – the US, China and Argentina – as well as in Australia, Indonesia and the UK. It provides some compelling insights into an evolving sector as well as some pointers to the future shape of global shale markets.Download the report (PDF 2.7 MB)
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