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The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs – published today – provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies.
John Leech, KPMG’s UK Head of Automotive, commented on the February UK car sales published by the SMMT today which are up 3.0%.
The figures also show that the number of transactions completed in Q4 2013 decreased when compared with the previous quarter, and the same quarter of the previous year (Q4 2012).
Long-term placements, where executives are encouraged to build a new life abroad for the good of their company, are being rejected in favour of short-term foreign assignments, with staff expected to uproot themselves on a regular basis.
Stephen Bonner, a partner in KPMG’s Information Protection & Business Resilience team, highlights that owners of stealth ‘black phones’ are susceptible to attacks from cyber criminals
Stephen Cooper, KPMG’s Head of UK Industrial Manufacturing comments on the Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing PMI for February 2014
Although the Insurance Mediation Directive 2 (IMD2) was covered in this morning’s European Parliament plenary session, a vote to approve the latest redraft was deferred.
Small and medium sized enterprises which have yet to start planning for the introduction of auto enrolment legislation, may struggle to secure a supplier, according to KPMG.
Insolvency practitioners at KPMG have today welcomed a judgment from the Court of Appeal which rules that rent for any period of occupation during an administration will now form part of administration expenses
Richard Philpott and Will Wright of KPMG’s Restructuring practice were appointed joint administrators of Whitecroft Essentials Limited on 19 February 2014.
John Leech, KPMG’s UK Head of Automotive, commented on the UK car production figures for January published by the SMMT
Stephen Barter, a director in KPMG Management Consulting, reacts to the publication of the latest UK employment figures, which have seen unemployment levels fall by 125,000 to 2.34 million.
KPMG’s Stephen Bonner reacts to the publication of figures suggesting 6.7 million adults in the UK have never used the internet
KPMG in the UK today announced a sponsorship deal with Pivigo Academy, the organizers of the first Data Science Summer School in the UK
Howard Smith and Mark Firmin from KPMG’s Restructuring team were appointed Joint Administrators to Jarose Woodworking Limited (in administration) on 31st January 2014
The administrators of Cash’s (UK) Limited, the Coventry-based woven labels and accessories manufacturer, have struck a deal which safeguards the future of the 168 year old firm.
KPMG Chief Economist, Andrew Smith, comments on the Bank of England Monetary Policy’s Inflation Report.
Justin Balcombe, UK head of general insurance consulting at KPMG reacts to the recent floods across areas of the UK, and warns of the long-term cost of flooding to businesses, homeowners and the economy
UK retailers are failing to provide personalised offers to customers online and are ignoring their own data and insights into shopper demographics and behaviour.
KPMG has appointed Jim Grover, former Strategy Director of Diageo PLC, as a Senior Adviser to its Consumer Markets team.
UK retail sales were up 3.9% on a like-for-like basis from January 2013, when they had increased 1.9% on the preceding year.
Online sales of non-food products in the UK grew 19.2% in January versus a year earlier.
Bill Michael, EMA head of financial services at KPMG, responds to Sir Richard Lambert’s proposals for a new banking standards body
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market.
The latest statistics from the Insolvency Service for Q4 2013 have shown administration appointments rise by 18 percent, with the real estate sector seeing appointments increase by 57 percent.
KPMG’s annual Evolving Banking Regulation report concludes that many banks and regulatory bodies have not achieved as much as they should have since the crisis.
The audit profession must evolve to remain relevant in today’s rapidly changing global economic environment. Without significant changes, the audit profession will miss a critical opportunity to add value and offer insight to investors and
EU air passenger rights: Welcome clarification but forcing airlines to pay compensation will drive up ticket prices, says KPMG
Stephen Bonner, partner in KPMG's information protection and business resilience team, comments on the Bank of Englands findings of its Waking Shark II exercise
As Facebook celebrates its 10th birthday, KPMG’s head of Information Protection & Business Resilience argues that we have only just seen the start of the social media revolution.