This year, we continued on our three year journey of transformation to become the clear choice. We stimulated growth in our business, turned the spotlight back up on our Values and reflected on and communicated our Purpose
A bi-annual report compiled with Markit which highlights potentially significant impacts on broadcasters as viewers' habits change.
How connected and autonomous vehicles will transform the way we drive. What are connected versus autonomous vehicles?
The workforce is changing. Are today's people issues the sole responsibility of the HR function or does the changing business landscape push them firmly within the board's remit?
Since the recession many companies have been faced with margin challenges and yet so few have truly grasped the potential of pricing.
Explore the opportunities available for school and college leavers at KPMG.
Find out about careers for graduates from all degree disciplines in Audit, Tax, Advisory, Technology, Marketing and HR.
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KPMG’s leadership blogs brings you insight, opinion and debate from our senior partners and industry experts.
The Fighting Fraud website brings together information and thought leadership on fraud and related topics, creating a regularly updated source for analysis and comment on current issues in this area.
Globalisation has entered a new phase, posing greater challenges for Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) compliance than ever before, according to KPMG’s 2015 global Anti-Bribery and Corruption survey.
Our latest results from the KPMG Fraud Barometer have been published. The bi-annual Barometer identifies the latest fraud trends and patterns affecting the UK economy.
Forensic partner Alex Plavsic compares the past and the present as a warning to all because it allows a better understanding of the underlying risk and can help fraud-proof processes and systems.
Fraud risks are ever present but the time of Christmas brings with it additional fraud risks for unwitting companies.
We believe cyber security should be about what you can do – not what you can’t.
Annette Barker, Forensic Director at KPMG, warns that unless organisations tackle weak links in their supply chain, they risk exposure to fraud and a repeat of the crisis.
Read a summary of key findings from the Report on the effectiveness of existing arrangements for workplace whistleblowing in the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) assumed responsibility for regulating consumer credit on 1 April 2014.
Russian and UK organised crime gangs are using Trojan software and cloned SIM cards to withdraw funds from thousands of bank accounts. That’s according to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).
Virtual currencies have been around for many years, but recent industry evolutions through the rise of Bitcoin and other forums have created a growing regulation gap.
Conducting cross-border investigations is complex. Add legal and cultural differences and you have a huge challenge facing global corporations today.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a report on money laundering, bribery and corruption risks in the asset management sector.
Regulatory supply chain requirements look set to increase, which makes the importance of having a flexible and institutionalised process all the more critical. Any company supplying an SEC registrant is already affected, irrespective of where they are and the signs show conflict mineral reporting will extend beyond the US in future.
A report into corporate intelligence background searches has revealed troublemaking directors are targeting business in the financial, nergy and technology sectors.
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