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The UK challenger banking sector is outperforming the ‘Big Five’ UK high street banks, however, the Large Challenger banks need to accelerate how they stand out in the market, according to a new KPMG report.
KPMG has launched its first internal awards in April this year to reward and recognise excellence among the firm’s 2,500 strong Central Services team.
KPMG’s Enterprise practice in the North has today announced that it has launched a dedicated Consulting team
Joint Administrators from KPMG have been appointed to Dewsbury-based bed and mattress manufacturer Kozee Sleep Beds Limited and its subsidiaries
Will Hawkley, UK head of Leisure at KPMG comments on the announcement from the Office of National Statistics that the UK has slipped in to negative inflation.
Digital innovation is dominating the agenda of technology leaders, but many companies are struggling to manage it, according to the Harvey Nash 2015 CIO Survey in association with KPMG.
Yael Selfin, Head of macroeconomics at KPMG comments on today’s Office of National Statistics announcement that inflation has turned negative for the first time in more than half a century
KPMG is delighted to announce the appointment of Joanna Killian as a Partner in the firm’s Public Sector practice.
KPMG in the UK has acquired Nunwood, an independent consultancy specialising in customer experience management and feedback technology.
KPMG has bolstered its technology, media and telecoms team with the appointment of Adam Joy as Partner
UK retail sales decreased by 2.4% on a like-for-like basis from April 2014, when they had increased 4.2% on the preceding year.
Online sales of Non-Food products in the UK grew 15.4% in April versus a year earlier, when it had risen by 11.2% over the previous year.
Commenting on the outcome of the General Election today and the potential effects on retailers and consumers.
The number of people placed in permanent jobs by recruitment consultants continued to rise in April
Simon Virley, UK chair of energy and natural resources at KPMG, comments on the upcoming UK election result and what the next secretary of state for energy & climate change will need to get to grips with on day one
Specialist concrete contractor PC Harrington Contractors Ltd has entered administration after experiencing financial difficulty and ceasing trading
Business leaders in the UK are looking to a new Government to bring stability and positivity to the role that companies play in growing the economy and creating jobs and wealth.
David Thomas, Partner in KPMG’s telecoms team comments on the European Commission's (EC) plans to create a Digital Single Market
There are positive signs of employers and trustees taking the initiative to tackle the changes in pensions flexibilities, and those that have not taken sufficient action are already behind, according to the professional services firm, KPMG.
UK tech companies report that new business volumes rose at the slowest rate since mid-2013 due to uncertainty and delays with clients’ decision making ahead of the general election, according to the latest KPMG/Markit Tech Monitor UK survey.
The British shopper has always been on the lookout for a bargain.
David McCorquodale, UK head of retail at KPMG, comments on the impact on retail sales following the birth of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana on the morning of Saturday, 2 May.
KPMG research shows gap between house prices and wages so wide a London first time buyer needs a wage of £76,971 to, with the average wage just £27,999
New insurance products launched to protect businesses from suffering the losses of cyber-attacks have been met with great scepticism, according to new figures revealed today.
KPMG is proud to announce that the KPMG Family For Literacy programme (KFFL) will be donating more than 500 books to the Seven Mills Primary School in the Isle of Dogs.
Serena Gonsalves-Fersch, KPMG’s UK Cyber Academy Lead, comments on the need for businesses to stop getting worked up about cyber security fears and start working towards getting the basics right.
KPMG Enterprise has launched a cyber security service tailored to the needs and resources of smaller and mid-tier businesses.
HR leaders are facing a crisis of credibility among their senior peers, due to an overreliance on instinct when making decisions.
Attitudes and awareness towards the Living Wage campaign are changing with almost 80 per cent of adults and 60 per cent of 16-17 year olds in the UK saying they have heard of the Living Wage
Blair Nimmo and Tony Friar of KPMG LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Tullis Russell Papermakers Limited on 27th April 2015, at the request of the company’s directors.