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Analysis of the largest UK construction contractors indicates that despite greater deal-flow, the financial position of many contractors remains weak, with cash balances and margins down, according to a report published today by KPMG.
Scottish referendum outcome supports investment in Scotland and suggests interest rate rise on track, says KPMG economist. Referendum acts as “precipitative force” in shift towards greater regional spending and planning powers.
KPMG’s Real Estate team has won the Association of Real Estate Funds’ (AREF) Affiliate of the Year Award.
The private client team at KPMG in the UK was named Accountancy Team of the Year by “STEP”, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, the worldwide professional association for practitioners dealing with family inheritance and succession planning.
3D printing, Internet of Things (IoT), and biotech/ healthcare IT are amongst the top five disruptive technologies predicted to change the way we work and live over the next three years, according to the 2014 KPMG Global Technology Innovation survey.
Bernard Brown, partner and head of business services at KPMG, reacts to the publication, today, of the latest UK employment figures, which have seen unemployment levels fall by 146,000 to 2.02 million
A European Court of Justice judgement issued today on VAT grouping rules will cost financial institutions and potentially other VAT exempt businesses hundreds of millions of pounds annually, according to KPMG in the UK.
Chris Morgan, Head of Tax Policy at KPMG in the UK, commentd on the OECD’s first recommendations to the G20 on its “Base Erosion and Profit Shifting” (“BEPS”) project
The KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank has appointed two new industry specialists to its panel of experts.
Blair Nimmo and Tony Friar of KPMG LLP, Joint Administrators of Ferguson Shipbuilders Limited, Newark Joiners Limited and Ferguson-Ailsa Limited on 14th August 2014, announces the sale of the group’s business and its assets to Clyde Blowers Capital.
UK retail sales were up 1.3% on a like-for-like basis from August 2013, when they had increased 1.8% on the preceding year.
Online sales of Non-Food products in the UK grew 19.8% in August versus a year earlier, the highest growth ever recorded since the inception of the online monitor in December 2012.
A2Dominion has announced today that it is launching its second unsecured retail-eligible bond. A KPMG team comprising Tim Metzgen, Marc Finer and Siobhan Murray is advising A2Dominion on the issue.
KPMG research shows mismatch between family-owners’ wants and needs from external investors
UK banking is at a crossroads as the industry finally shifts its focus from cleaning-up the past and begins making steps towards delivering sustainable growth and profitability, according to a KPMG report.
KPMG’s survey researched attitudes towards portfolio workers, which is a nascent form of employment most commonly seen amongst non-exec directors
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies.
Nearly half of London’s businesses (45%) say there is a skills shortage amongst current employees, according to the latest CBI/KPMG London Business Survey
Responding to the publication of a report into the horse meat scandal last year, KPMG, warned that unless organisations tackle weak links in their supply chain, they risk exposure to fraud and a repeat of the crisis.
Yael Selfin, Economics Director at KPMG comments on today’s Bank of England’s interest rate decision.
Paul Flint and Brian Green from KPMG’s Restructuring practice in Manchester were appointed Joint Administrators to BDi companies
Yiannis Chrysanthou, security researcher in KPMG’s cyber security team reacts to news that a number of online businesses have recently been breached, opening access to customer data
NATO is set to ratify its new cyber defence policy so that any severe cyber attack on a NATO member could soon be considered tantamount to a traditional military attack and invoke Article V
Richard Threlfall, KPMG's UK head of infrastructure Comments on the Airports Commission’s decision to reject the plan for a Thames estuary airport
KPMG, the professional services firm which provides advisory, audit and tax services in the UK, has announced the appointment of 52 partners
The CDF’s commitment to focus on ‘evaluation through commissioning’ will mean that the cost of a treatment will need to be linked to health outcomes
Wil Rockall, director in KPMG’s cyber security team, comments on more than 50 Norwegian oil and energy companies have been hacked by unknown attackers
David Gardner, Director of Public Policy at KPMG UK, comments on the Elitist Britain Report into the diversity of educational institutions
Iain Moffatt, UK head of regions for KPMG, comments on new figures from the Bank of England which show that net lending to SMEs fell by £435m
KPMG has joined seven of the biggest names from the world of tech, business, education and finance to back a new scheme