In this issue, we present the financial position and business performance of the listed banks for the second quarter of 2014 to help you better understand their current situation.
This document provides an analysis of the US Real Estate Market and the methods of investment available to the typical Chinese investor.
In this issue of China’s banking sector: Hot topics and performance of listed banks (2014 Q1), we focus on current hot topics.
As part of our China Tax Alert Series, the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) Series discusses about the regular updates and implications of FTZ on different sectors.
KPMG and J.P. Morgan are proud to present this report, which sets out to discuss the use of CTCs and the benefits they provide global companies. It also provides a practical methodology to integrate the financial and the physical supply chain.
On 26 February 2014, the Financial Secretary, John Tsang Chun-wah, delivered his seventh Budget Speech to the Legislative Council. KPMG China's Budget Summary outlines the proposed changes and comments on their implications.
This brochure outlines the solutions we can deliver to our clients in China and demonstrates the reach and credentials of KPMG across China and globally.
Updates on China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (December 2013) webcast
This webcast covered topics including economic outlook, regulatory update, financial reporting update, Hong Kong and China tax update, digital debate, corporate governance update, corporate tax issues and future of corporate reporting.
China - Looking Ahead is a series of articles published by the International Tax Review in association with KPMG China.
This VAT publication examines the issues that the financial services sector will need to consider in the transition to VAT, based on feedback provided by the MoF and KPMG’s experiences in implementing VAT (or GST).
The Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) was held in Beijing during November 9-12, 2013, which saw the new Chinese leadership reveal its new policies and initiatives for the country.
KPMG China corporate video
This special VAT publication is focused on analysing the likely impacts of the proposed Value Added Tax (VAT) reforms on the insurance sector in China.
From fund formation to capital accumulation to realisation and exit, KPMG’s Hong Kong based U.S. Tax Team has the experience to help you deal with the U.S. tax issues and challenges that impact your fund and your fund’s investors.