The latest news and media from KPMG in Australia.
KPMG Australia has announced the hiring of senior lawyers from Maddocks’ tax controversy practice.
Sydney could become a leading Asia Pacific hub for 'Fintech' but, according to new research, Sydney must act now to secure its fair share.
KPMG International study finds metals, mining and engineering companies are investing in social programs but few are reporting their impact.
Australia's insurers delivered record post-GFC profit results, but KPMG warns of significant challenges ahead driven by intensified competition.
KPMG responds to the OECD’s first recommendations to the G20 on its 'Base Erosion and Profit Shifting' ('BEPS') project.
Retailers should rethink the role of loyalty management to improve relevance with their customer base, finds KPMG research.
KPMG International report finds companies need a better understanding of the value they create for society to protect and create corporate value.
KPMG is expanding into Greater Western Sydney, supporting the region’s rapidly-growing economy with the opening of a new office in Parramatta.
The Australian manufacturing sector has a cautious attitude, focusing on existing product lines rather than taking a transformational approach.
KPMG Australia delivered revenues of $1.12 billion and increased profitability for the year ended 30 June 2014.