- Service: Advisory, Performance & Technology, Risk & Compliance, Transactions & Restructuring
- Type: KPMG information
- Date: 2010/01/08
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The view that many South African companies are failing their stakeholders is supported by the ever increasing instances of strikes, corporate failures and exposed managerial frauds and misconduct.
Today’s IT executives are at a crossroad, where maintaining the status quo is no longer an option. The need to transform the IT operating model to do business to the speed of digital is a clear and present imperative.
This year, the Harvey Nash CIO Survey in association with KPMG, has seen the biggest response from CIO leaders in its 17-year history.
In a major new study released by KPMG International, which tracks insights on the coming three years, chief executives of global businesses said they are confident about the ability of their companies to grow over the next three years.
Growth. Volatility. Disruption. Uncertainty. When it comes to doing business, CEOs globally are being challenged to navigate the path to success within an environment of constant change.
KPMG identifies three key areas that firms must prioritise: to be transparent and ensure nothing acts against customers’ interests; to develop good data architecture and data analytics; and to address cyber-risk.
The Global Alternative Investment practice is focused on hedge funds, real estate funds, private equity funds and infrastructure funds.
Key findings from KPMG Global Manufacturing Outlook 2015 which surveys manufacturers across the world on challenges, key issues and future strategy in supply chain, cost and performance management and innovation and R&D.
Cyber security is an important concern for every organization. The five most common mistakes.
The face of procurement is changing. The role is stepping out of the shadows and coming to the fore as a vital element of the business strategy. However, complexities still exist.
This publication aims to provide an understanding of the interactions between Integrated Reporting and GRI G4.
Africa’s leading stock exchanges are open for trading, says KPMG
KPMG International report reveals 82 percent of organisations expect to begin or increase use of analytics in the HR function in the next three years, modest increase over 2012 but doubts remain about HR’s strategic value.
A new KPMG International report reveals that now is the time for C-level and HR leaders to embrace evidence-based HR or risk losing ground.
Our most recent podcast, IFRS 15: Impacts for the Insurance Industry we discuss the impacts for: groups with non-insurance subsidiaries; insurers offering investment contracts, and pension administration.