KPMG in the UK has 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.
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.
Interactive Infrastructure offers a snapshot of the face and future of UK infrastructure pipeline using an interactive platform to connect infrastructure stakeholders at an early stage in the development of projects.
KPMG has recently published the 2013 Guide to Directors’ Remuneration, a survey which analyses trends in FTSE 350 directors’ pay.
Corporate reporting in its widest sense has an important role to play in restoring trust. There is a groundswell of opinion that things aren’t quite right. But it’s not enough to acknowledge it. I believe that it’s time for change.
Explore your options in our e-zine, where you’ll find out more about whether our Audit, Risk Consulting or Gap Programme is for you.
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.
Keep up to date with the latest news and views from KPMG in the UK by following our twitter feed.
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.
Even some non-financial risks can now result in serious financial consequences. As a result, the need for broader and more relevant assurance has never been greater. A robust and independent opinion can enable businesses to know exactly where they stand so they can move forward with knowledge and, hopefully, confidence.
Every audit is designed to exceed national and international standards. Our experienced audit teams aim to challenge assumptions and provide deep, innovative insights based on a thorough understanding of the business and sector.
In addition, all our audit staff undergo regular training to keep their knowledge up to date. As one of the leading professional auditors we put integrity and insight at the heart of our work. It’s an award-winning approach.
And we’re thinking ahead. We want to create the world leading professional auditors of the future. We provide an opportunity to develop valuable skills, work towards gaining a professional qualification, start your career and earn a good salary too – all after doing your A-levels. If that sounds good to you, explore KPMG’s School and College Leaver Programme.
If you care about sustainable growth, investment and job creation, read on. If you believe that there is an important role to be played by corporates (big and small), by governmental organisations, charities and enterprises of all shapes and sizes, read on. If you are concerned that we must restore the trust between society and business, and want to have a say in how we go about it, then read on...
Amendments issued as part of FRC’s annual review to ensure relevance and robustness of FRSs and to maintain convergence with IFRSs.
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Public report on the 2012/13 Inspection of KPMG LLP and KPMG Audit Plc issued by the Audit Inspection Unit of the Professional Oversight Board, part of the Financial Reporting Council.
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As the global economy continues to reform its financial system, one crucial element of reconstruction is being ignored. The corporate reporting model in its current form does not meet the needs of investors – and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for the model to meet the requirements of preparers, auditors, regulators and standard-setters. Now is the time to begin a wide-ranging debate about what is wrong with the current model and how to change it.
The KPMG sponsored Audit Committee Institute (ACI), aims to be the first port of call for any audit committee member wishing to implement and/or improve audit committee processes.
The KPMG International Financial Reporting Group, based in London, draws upon the experience of KPMG's member firms to address the challenges posed by International Financial Reporting Standards.
Financial Reporting Update is our regular bi-monthly newsletter detailing the latest developments in financial reporting.
Financial Reporting Matters is a short occasional newsletter that alerts you to key changes in UK and International Financial Reporting Standards and UK company law.
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