Digital convergence is driving expansion and growth in the communications and media industries, bringing new opportunities for profit as well as spiraling operational demands.
Many of today's companies are now addressing the operational risks and challenges inherent in their digital strategies — whether monetising new digital assets or ensuring that internal financial, IT and other systems are integrated and functioning well globally.
KPMG in Singapore understands that when it comes to tackling tough problems, our member firms' clients look for a relationship based on trust and facilitated by regular and open communications. We're pleased that many of the world's largest information, communications and entertainment companies have chosen KPMG member firms as their business and financial advisor. It is a distinction our Communications & Media professionals work hard to earn each and every day.
Our services focus on assisting our member firms' clients with key issues facing the communications and media industry including:
- licensing and rights management
- tax implications of digital services
- content security
- regulatory compliance.
KPMG member firms have the experience, resources, and skills to work with communications and media clients globally to address issues impacting their business.
KPMG's Information, Communications & Entertainment practice serves our member firms' clients in the converging Electronics, Software & Services and Communications & Media sectors. From M&A and transfer pricing to digital content and identity access management, our global team of audit, tax and business advisory professionals can bring practical experience to advise on issues which concern our industry clients.
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