It is well documented that South Africa has one of the highest rates of gender-based violence (GBV) in the world. But until now what has been less well documented is the economic cost to society of these horrific and unacceptable levels of violence.
Companies need a better understanding of the value they create for society in order to protect and create corporate value, according to A New Vision of Value, a global report published today by KPMG International.
A company’s externalities have, historically, had little or no impact on its cash flows or risk profile. For this reason, externalities have been largely excluded from the measurement of corporate value.
Gender-based violence (GBV), and in particular violence against women, has increasingly made headlines across the world in the recent year.
South African Immigration Regulations, published in a the Government Gazette on 26 May 2014, introduce a significant amount of change and global mobility professionals dealing with immigration matters.
African CFOs, much like their global counterparts, are generally satisfied with the performance of their finance function. These are the findings of the Africa CFO survey, a first for the continent.
Invitation to the Retirement Reform Event, Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at Johannesburg Country Club, Woodmead.
A KPMG overview of the considerations for listing, listing criteria, listing process, documentation requirements and continuing obligations relating to selected African exchanges.