Managing cybersecurity risk in the electronic trading business
Cybersecurity incidents relating to securities firms and online trading platforms are on the rise. The SFC recently published updates to further emphasise the importance of managing cybersecurity risks and what licensed corporations should consider.
The Pulse of Fintech, 2015 in Review
This is a quarterly report created by KPMG Enterprise and KPMG Fintech along with CB Insights. The series analyzes the latest global trends in venture capital investment data on the fintech sector.
High Growth Technology & Innovation Group
This is a brief guide summarising some valuable pointers, including what startups need to consider, where to access information and what networking opportunities they should seize.
Security and the IoT ecosystem
Success in the IoT space will take more than slick applications, connected devices and advanced analytics; it will also require a robust approach to security, privacy and trust.
Robotic Revolution - separating hype from reality
People get excited about RPA and how robots will change the world. The possibilities are certainly unprecedented. But we’re seeing an evolution in RPA automation that will be longer term than the market hype suggests.
HKMA Cybersecurity Risk Management Circular 2015
In this article, we highlight the focus area of the new requirements as well as some of the important next steps boards and senior management should take to strengthen cybersecurity controls to safeguard critical assets.
From private to public
This publication presents an overview of matters to be considered by companies that are thinking of going public and how can KPMG help these companies throughout the listing process.
China Shared Services Survey Results Q2 2015
The survey results come directly from companies and KPMG consultants who are serving our clients in China and Hong Kong. This survey focused on the current conditions and what is on the minds of our clients.
Shanghai SSOA Roundtable Discussion - March 13th, 2015
KPMG China’s SSOA team brought together shared services centre professionals from Adidas, Cognizant, DSM, Jimmy Choo/Bally, Logitech, Luxottica, MSD, Starbucks, Starwood, Tech Mahindra, UBS, TCS, Valeo and Yum! China.
KPMG Entrepreneur and Innovation Series – KPMG
Partners at KPMG China are passionate about the start-up community in Hong Kong. They believe start-ups are the rock bed of the future of the economy and innovation is the key for sustainable growth.
KPMG Entrepreneur and Innovation Series – Arthur Law
Arthur Law, Co-founder of Vectr Ventures, a Hong Kong based early-stage investment company. His key advices to start-ups are to stay humble, stay grounded and think thoroughly about their ideas before pitching venture capitalists.
Hong Kong Vibes
Enjoy the RISE conference and don’t miss out on getting to know the city’s young but fast growing startup ecosystem.
Check out some of the Hong Kong startups at RISE and in this booklet.
KPMG Entrepreneur and Innovation Series - Paul Lee
Paul Lee, CEO and co-founder of Aumeo Audio, sees Hong Kong as being the best place for hardware start-ups because of its proximity to manufacturers in China and southeast Asia, and because it’s an easy and comfortable place for foreigners to live.
KPMG Entrepreneur and Innovation Series - Stefan Rust
Stefan Rust, Co-Founder and CEO of Exicon, started Exicon, a cloud-based management platform for apps and application programming interfaces (APIs), as he saw great opportunities in the mobile platform and cloud computing.