KPMG established the Audit Committee Institute (ACI) to help audit committee members keep pace with business issues relating to governance, audit, accounting and financial reporting. Since its inception in 1999, KPMG member firms have launched ACIs in 20 countries.
Services designed to help clients address specific issues which may relate to major regulatory or reporting changes or to the need for special skills on accounting matters.
Capital Adequacy Standard
Europe, Middle East and Africa region
Energy & Natural Resources. The ENR sector includes oil and gas, power and utilities, mining and forestry industries.
Enterprise Risk Management frameworks
Financial Accounting Standards Board
Fast moving consumer goods
Global Assignment Policies and Practices
Global Tax Management System. A KPMG proprietary system.
KPMG Global Transfer Pricing Services practice. A network of KPMG professionals based in KPMG member firms providing transfer pricing services.
International Accounting Standards Board
Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process
International Financial Reporting Standards
KPMG International Financial Reporting Group. A single independent unit based in the U.K. providing international financial reporting services.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Original equipment manufacturer(s)
Private finance initiatives
Personally Identifiable Information
Public private partnership
Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals. European Union (EU) directive which came into effect on June 1, 2007 and requires chemical manufacturers and importers in the EU to prove the safety of their products.
US Securities and Exchange Commission
Small and Medium-sized Entities
United States Generally Accepted Accounting Practice