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The UK Banks Performance Benchmarking Report explores the key trends in the first half results of the big five UK headquartered banks – Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS and Standard Chartered.
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KPMG has recently published the 2013 Guide to Directors’ Remuneration, a survey which analyses trends in FTSE 350 directors’ pay.
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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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Amid mounting concerns about geopolitical, reputational and regulatory risks, many UK organisations are struggling to manage the threats they face. This is due to inconsistencies in the way different teams communicate, share and interpret information.Most organisations have a good understanding of the potential hazards. However, a skill shortage, combined with a relaxed approach to ‘raising the alarm,’ is increasing the risk to business operations. Too often the raising of concerns is not encouraged. This is either because there’s no structure in place to deal with the threat or because it’s not recognised as a valuable use of time.It’s tempting to point the finger at technology, processes or people, but the problem runs deeper. Only by creating a culture that rewards attention to risk can it ever become central to business practice. Opening up the channels between the risk team, senior management and all staff is vital. It cannot be left to chance.
Starting in the boardroom and working across the entire organisation, we can help you identify strategic, operational, compliance, financial or reputational risks. From a regulatory breach to an act of fraud, we have the experience to help you reduce the potential damage to your business. We can also look at any business advantage that may arise from removing these threats.
Rather you should embed effective risk management into core decision-making. In this way it can positively affect your entire organisation. We’ll help you to make confident, well-informed choices that drive more value and profit to shareholders so your business can grow intelligently and deliver outstanding results.
Find out more about Risk Consulting and how we help our clients.
The Cyber Governance Health Check” and is designed to both gauge the level of awareness of FTSE 350 Boards with regards to cyber risks, and to gain a level of independent assurance about their counter-cyber attack capabilities. KPMG and other large professional service firms have been working with the Government over the course of 2013 to design and undertake the health check with their audit clients.
The Fighting Fraud website brings together information and thought leadership on fraud and related topics, creating a regularly updated source for analysis and comment on current issues in this area.
KPMG has launched the first study of its kind into the risks companies take when they enter into new business relationships. Astrus Insights analyses some 8,000 integrity due diligence reports on third party relationships, covering 172 countries, which were undertaken for clients using KPMG’s Astrus enhanced due diligence and monitoring tool.
The global regulatory landscape is currently undergoing a fundamental change. In response to the recent financial crisis, regulators across the globe are focussing on a programme of more robust supervision of financial services firms whilst also introducing a raft of new regulatory initiatives to bolster the regulatory framework.
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