KPMG teamed up with Forbes Insights to survey 178 CEOs to understand their changing views and expectations of their CFOs and finance function.
This report looks at the different stages of regulation development in the region, what issues are arising and what we think the banks should be doing.
This report, based on interviews with 60 Asia Pacific-based executives, explores awareness and adoption of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) functions in the region.
In this market update, KPMG Debt Advisory Services identified a number of funding trends across the region that are increasingly favoured by borrowers looking beyond traditional loan markets.
Read week four of the Great Payments Transformation series written by Alessio Marinelli, KPMG China. The article considers the opportunity of data for Asia’s payments players.
Read week one of the Great Payments Transformation series written by our head of banking, David Sayer and Egidio Zarrella, Clients and Innovation Partner, KPMG China.
This publication provides potential investors with information about the investment opportunities, incentives, business regulations, and the tax system in Thailand. The publication is in Chinese.
Clifford Chance and KPMG commissioned Debtwire to canvass the opinions of 100 professionals involved in distressed investing to gain their views on Asia-Pacific distressed debt and special opportunities for the coming year.
this report looks at how executives can find new ways to enhance their company's bottom line and gain a competitive advantage.
The regulatory reforms are already changing the landscape of financial services. There are concerns that new regimes could create fragmentation or channel away liquidity from key markets.
This publication examined trends/developments across the region and the specific incentives and implementation policies in 18 countries.
This report considers the commercial, technological and regulatory forces shaping the evolution of payments systems in Asia Pacific.
The Indian IT/ITES industry is at an inflection point. Globally, India has garnered the reputation of being a premier offshore location.
This report assesses how due diligence practices are adapting and identifies areas in the due diligence process that are receiving greater scrutiny.
This report, based on a survey of over 150 executives from around Asia Pacific, suggests that many Asian corporates are still looking to make acquisitions elsewhere in the region over the year ahead.
This report looks at how the private equity industry is raising its profile and how perceptions of private equity are evolving among corporate investors in Asia Pacific.
This latest issue of KPMG's global restructuring magazine focuses on trends in key Asia Pacific markets including China, Japan and Australia.
This report looks at cash management strategies of mid-sized companies across Asia Pacific and examines executives' changing expectations in the light of the recent credit crunch.
This report presents some basic facts about private equity funds in the region, including their size, their deals, their investment approach, exit strategies and plans for the future.
The level of development of airport facilities varies considerably across Asia Pacific. This overview provides some perspectives on the potential for investment in airports covering 13 countries and jurisdictions in the region.
This survey-based paper examines the extent of outsourcing activity around Asia Pacific and reveals that outsourcing is increasingly common for companies in China and India.
Restructuring: An overview of services in Asia Pacific
The report provides insights into the changing trends and conditions within the grocery retail sector in in Asia Pacific which is increasing wealth, higher levels of education and analyses the opportunities for further investment.
KPMG's survey on the disposals processes employed by the private equity houses in Asia/Western markets. The approaches adopted by private equity houses to maximise returns disposals and Regulatory influences are also discussed.
This report highlights research result on key markets in Asia and the impact of the free trade agreements in reshaping the market. The report also outlines how Asian automotive production may develop.