KPMG Zimbabwe was founded in 1949 and operates from 100 The Chase West Road in Emerald Hill in Harare and from 133 Josiah Tongogara in Bulawayo. KPMG Zimbabwe has a current staff complement of close to 300.
The Finance Minister, Hon. Patrick Chinamasa presented the 2015 National Budget in November 2014. Download the KPMG commentary on the 2015 Tax Budget here.
In the Project Chairman’s words “It became apparent that the Code had to deal with and critically evaluate issues of corruption in the public and private sectors, issues of corporate disclosure, communication, mechanisms for creating trust between shareholders, boards of directors and management, performance measurement, accountability, sustainability and moral duties and ethical conduct of directors.”
IFRS 9 Financial Instruments (“IFRS 9”) brings fundamental changes to financial instruments accounting and replaces IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement (“IAS 39”).
The adoption of this standard will be quite demanding for institutions that deal significantly with financial instruments, particularly banks. However, financial statement preparers in all sectors will need to assess the impact of IFRS 9.
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