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KPMG’s audit reports were recognised at the Investment Management Association’s (IMA’s) inaugural Auditor Reporting Awards which took place on Wednesday 19th November 2014
The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) today issued a further consultation regarding the application of Solvency II
KPMG and the McLaren Group have announced today a strategic alliance which will apply McLaren Applied Technologies’ (‘MAT’) predictive analytics and technology to KPMG’s audit and advisory services.
KPMG’s Stephen Bonner responds to a warning from the head of the City of London police which suggested there is a “very strong likelihood” of a cyber attack on financial institutions in the Square Mile
David McCorquodale, UK Head of Retail at KPMG, comments on the latest retail sales figures from the Office for National Statistics
John Leech, KPMG’s UK Head of Automotive, commented on the SMMT figures published today highlighting UK car manufacturing fell 6.7% in October to 150,060 units
KPMG is pleased to announce the appointment of three directors to its People Powered Performance (P3) practice as it continues to build the expertise offered to clients.
UK companies admit they are considering turning to ex-hackers in a bid to stay one step ahead of cyber criminals, according to the latest research from KPMG
KPMG announces it has completed the acquisition of P3, a privately-owned German cyber-security firm that provides risk management, security assessments and mobile & fixed network protection to clients across the FS sector.
Deloitte LLP, EY, Grant Thornton UK LLP and KPMG have been recognised as Social Mobility Business Compact ‘Champions’ and are pledging to continue taking the message out to other businesses across the country
Hinkley Point C, the Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy, HS2 and the rebuilding of 261 schools across the UK feature in KPMG International’s latest Infrastructure 100: World Markets Report.
Mike Kelly, head of Living Wage at KPMG, comments on the news that 31% of university graduates working as interns are doing so for no pay, with a six month unpaid internship costing a single person living in London a minimum of £926 a month.
Bernard Brown, partner and head of business services at KPMG comments on the latest UK employment figures, which have seen unemployment levels fall by 115,000 to 1.96 million
UK retail sales were flat, at 0.0%, on a like-for-like basis from October 2013, when they had increased 0.8% on the preceding year.
Online sales of Non-Food products in the UK grew 15.4% in October versus a year earlier, almost in line with the twelve-month average growth of 14.8%.
David McCorquodale, head of retail at KPMG comments on Black Friday, a day of sales that takes place on 28th November
From 1 January 2015, VAT rules for sales of telecoms, broadcasting and e-services to EU consumers are changing.
More a third (36%) of small businesses have no interest in exploring overseas markets according to research by KPMG and YouGov released today.
permanent appointments growth still strong in October, despite easing
John Leech, KPMG’s UK Head of Automotive, commented on the SMMT figures published today highlighting a 14.2% jump in new car registrations in October, marking the 32nd consecutive month of growth
Yael Selfin, KPMG’s UK Head of Macroeconomics, responds to ECB monetary policy decisions, and the Bank of England’s decision to hold interest rates.
With 20% more workers required to meet the pipeline of around £96 billion of construction projects in 2014-17, the London and South East is facing a major skills crisis.
In the forty years since the first Equality Act was passed, not enough attention has been given to pay and the wider context within which pay decisions are made.
The biggest annual online shopping day takes place this month, and is expected to set a new world record for the most spent in a single day online.
Insolvency practitioners at KPMG have today warned that rulings by the Employment Appeal Tribunal might land UK businesses with an unprecedented bill for miscalculated holiday pay, leaving some in financial distress.
Modest rise in workers paid less than the Living Wage masks more uncomfortable truth
The UK Fiduciary Management market continues to experience strong growth albeit with a lack of competition. However, for the first time, more than 100 schemes have reached three years’ fiduciary management experience.
Will Wright and Paul Flint from KPMG were yesterday appointed joint administrators to PCS Brands Ltd
Tom Aston, Financial Services tax partner at KPMG in the UK, comments on today's announcement from the OECD
KPMG’s Alejandro Rivas-Vásquez argues that there are still important security risks that need to be addressed before any benefits of this new technology are truly realised.