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Top five cities for M&A activity
Share, bond and currency trading isn’t just New York, London, Frankfurt & Tokyo. Find out where else financial markets are emerging powerful.
Spotlight on Shanghai
Although Expo 2010 has served to highlight the commercial ascendency of both China and the host city of Shanghai.
A tale of two time zones
Maria Menzel plays a vital role in developing KPMG’s Global Indirect Tax Service line, splitting her time equally between two continents.
Studying for success: Advisory
Gregory Kingsley says comprehensive learning programs provide KPMG professionals with all the skill-sets they need to build rewarding careers.
Top five: The great outdoors
One of the pleasures of city life is heading into the surrounding countryside to discover what lies beyond the urban hub.
Warsaw and Bucharest
Driven by rapid economic growth in their respective countries, Warsaw and Bucharest have established themselves as major urban hubs in the CEE region.
Working cultures: Borneo
The island of Borneo has undergone significant economic development in recent times and maintains distinct though diverse working cultures.
KPMG International Case Competition
KICC provides students an opportunity to experience the world of casework, meet new people and travel to places they may never have been before.
Choosing the right MBA
Conrad Chua, Head of MBA Recruitment at Cambridge University’s Judge Business School, offers advice on how to choose the right MBA for your career.
Marc Van Hoecke , KPMG Belgium has introduced a ‘Virtual Coach’ system to complement more traditional personal development practices.
Applying for a promotion
You work hard & believe it’s time to get yourself promoted. But how exactly do you go about preparing and interviewing for that higher-level position?
Learning for success: Tax
The ongoing roll-out of KPMG Tax Business School® enables greater numbers of ambitious graduates and tax professionals to reap the benefits.
Catch the right career
Find out how you can define your personal brand and establish the contacts you need to help boost your career.
The benefits of a secondment
The temporary assignment of a KPMG Director to Rewards dept of T-Mobile illustrates how a secondment can help deliver benefits to parties involved.
Take five: Leadership
When taking on a leadership role, why is it important to identify the difference between a leader and a manager?
In this podcast we speak to Pete Crosby, Chief Operating Officer of professional networking site, Viadeo, about the role that networking sites play.
Nick Hewer, one of Sir Alan Sugar’s advisors on the UK Apprentice program, speaks how to make a good first impression.
Take Five: Working with a mentor
If you’ve stepped into an unfamiliar career situation, working with a mentor and learning from their experience can both boost your confidence.
Preparing for an interview
Alim Dhanji, Global Head of Human Resources for Global Tax tell what makes a really good interview and what you should consider when preparing.
Inspired to act
With sustainability at the top, explorer Robert Swan’s Antarctic expeditions aim to create environmental champions within business organizations.
CV hints and tips
In this KPMG podcast we are going to be speaking to Lynn Williams. Lynn is a career counsellor and a trainer.
You ask: Moving jobs
As bitter experience often proves it’s incredibly difficult to know whether or not a move is right for you until you’ve actually made it.
Take Five: Managing your time
We’re busier than ever, but does this actually translate into getting things done? These tips will help you reclaim those wasted work hours.
KPMG supports employee passions
James Woodward has joined his business skills with his lifelong passion for service to co-found Kickstart Kids International.
Mike Wareing, KPMG International CEO, joins the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for the reconstruction of Southern Iraq.
From the United Nations to KPMG
Yvo de Boer played a crucial role in setting climate change agenda. His new role in helping organizations address environmental sustainability issues
KPMG in Singapore takes a proactive and innovative approach to building a mutually beneficial relationship between the firm and those who work for it.
Growing with the firm
When Cristina Bonini joined KPMG in Brazil’s HR team in 1993, she had no idea of the opportunities the firm’s growth would create for her own career.
Q&A: In at the deep end
Find out how Andrei Mitrofanov, Director KPMG in Russia, helped negotiate a multi-billion dollar restructuring deal.
Driven to inspire
From Alaska to Argentina, the SRZero will advance green technologies, encourage innovation & change the world’s perception of electric vehicles.
In the driving seat
Gabe Mesanza a Director in KPMG’s T&R US practice specializing in the automotive industry, talks about his background.
My flexible future
For KPMG in the UK’s Jonathan Froome, taking advantage of the company’s Flexible Futures initiative meant fulfilling a dream of backpacking in Brazil.
Volunteer your skills
It’s not just companies and communities that gain from Corporate Social Responsibility, volunteers gain too. Journalist Kim Haskins finds out how.
Real life: A return to KPMG
We talk to Moritz Freiherr Schenck about how he applied his skills learned from KPMG outside the company and how he brought them back.
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