While insurance executives overwhelmingly know that innovation will drive future competitive advantage and growth, most seem to be struggling to kindle the spark within their organisation.
The Enactus World Cup will be held for the first time ever on African soil. October 14 – 16 will see the Sandton Convention Centre showcasing not only some of South Africa’s best and brightest young minds.
The 2015 edition of the annual KPMG Insurance Survey has revealed that the short-term insurance industry’s performance remains under pressure continuing the trend for the third consecutive year.
This third annual Top of Mind survey from KPMG and The CGF focuses on what is top of mind for senior decision makers in the consumer food, drink, goods and retail industry globally.
Elite trail athlete, Landie Greyling from KPMG Running Club is travelling to Mauritius to defend her Xtreme Dodo Trail title on Sunday, 26 July.
In a major new study released by KPMG International, which tracks insights on the coming three years, chief executives of global businesses said they are confident about the ability of their companies to grow over the next three years.
The latest SA Revenue Service (SARS) press release on the “HSBC list” has, again, focussed attention on the unauthorised off-shore assets (and unpaid taxes) of well-to-do South Africans – but is this ‘call for action’ likely to yield the best result?
KPMG identifies three key areas that firms must prioritise: to be transparent and ensure nothing acts against customers’ interests; to develop good data architecture and data analytics; and to address cyber-risk.
KPMG has signed an elite sponsorship deal with trail running powerhouse and KPMG employee, Landie Greyling.
Over 500 industry business leaders share global viewpoints as part of the incisive new KPMG 2015 Global Consumer Top of Mind survey
KPMG has been appointed as the auditor for Barclays from the year ending 31 December 2017, following a rigorous competitive tender process which saw the firm selected for its deep global banking knowledge and its related African footprint.
The second of the 2015 “Evolving Banking Regulation” reports, reviews the challenges facing banks and offers a roadmap for achieving a sustainable model that can succeed in a markedly different operating environment.
We are delighted to inform you that KPMG has completed its annual B-BBEE verification, and maintained our AAA – Level 2 rating.
Prestigious ranking reflects KPMG’s global leadership in the talent management consulting space.
Global insurance regulation developments signal major changes for industry – but leading practitioners are concerned regulators will not be able to deliver reform, finds KPMG report.
Africa’s leading stock exchanges are open for trading, says KPMG
From Design to Implementation provides an in-depth review of key banking regulatory developments, with insights on approaches in implementing regulations and adjusting to new regulatory approaches.
KPMG International report reveals 82 percent of organisations expect to begin or increase use of analytics in the HR function in the next three years, modest increase over 2012 but doubts remain about HR’s strategic value.
KPMG’s annual global automotive survey finds automakers’ investment focus will stay on ICEs and hybrid plug-in fuel systems to 2018 - KPMG
KPMG and the International Women’s Forum (IWF) collaborate to promote the advancement of board diversity for a changing world.