The latest news and media from KPMG in Australia.
KPMG’s Head of Financial Services responds to the government’s proposals for one-third of super fund directors, and the fund chair, to be independent.
Good time to be a project owner says KPMG as mega projects experience drives project best practice.
KPMG Australia welcomed a firm-record intake of 51 new partners and executive directors, reflecting the firm’s business growth and market confidence.
KPMG report finds leading practitioners are concerned that regulators will not be able to deliver reform.
A new and larger premises has been announced for independent fintech hub, Stone & Chalk, which has outgrown its first home before even moving in.
The Financial Services Council has released a new Disability Income table in conjunction with KPMG Australia - ADI 2007-2011.
KPMG Australia has launched a digital shopfront aimed squarely at embracing market changes and disrupting its traditional business.
David Linke will be the firm’s new National Managing Partner Tax, effective 1 July 2015.
Dramatic structural changes have driven strong shifts in the sector, number and types of deals being made by Chinese investors in Australia.
The ‘sharing economy’ is the next big area of focus for the tax authorities, KPMG has warned.