One in three U.S. board members and executives are “very concerned” that the climate of uncertainty and volatility may pose a significant threat to their corporate strategy, according to a survey by the Board Leadership Center of KPMG LLP.
In the year ahead, Investment Management executives will be eyeing mergers and acquisitions to grow their customer base and expand geographic reach, according to KPMG LLP’s annual M&A survey: “U.S. Executives on M&A: Full Speed Ahead in 2016.”
KPMG’s Higher Purpose campaign is featured in a WorldAtWork cover story on groundbreaking workplace programs.
February event in Washington, D.C., to focus on how taxes influence global capital.
Internal controls over financial reporting and data security leaped to the top of the list of compliance issues that cause sleepless nights for executives who prepare corporate financial information, according to a new poll by KPMG LLP.
Unicorns drop as Q4 marks four-year low for U.S. VC funding, and investors pull back on mega-round and seed-stage investments.
Providers hesitant to expand services without data but see its value; Follow-up care, prevention seen having biggest impact on total cost of care.
Effective risk management and mitigation will be critical this year, since companies’ strategies, business models, operations, reputations, and, ultimately, survival are on the line.
Executives and M&A professionals are expecting the wave of healthcare mergers to continue through 2016 as companies use their coffers for geographic and product expansion, according to a survey from KPMG LLP, the tax, audit and advisory firm.
In pursuit of growth, company leaders are turning increasingly to mergers & acquisitions. In fact, 91 percent intend to initiate at least one acquisition in 2016, up significantly from 63 percent in 2014, according to an annual survey by KPMG LLP.
The importance of self-driving and connected cars is now registering with global automotive executives, surging to new levels, according to the 17th Annual Global Automotive Executive Survey conducted by KPMG International.
As a prelude to its 17th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium in February, the Tax Council Policy Institute will host a live webcast, “Global Capital and Tax Reform, At Home and Abroad,” on Thursday, Dec. 17.
KPMG International today announced aggregated network revenues of US$24.44 billion for the fiscal year ending 30 September 2015, representing an 8.1% increase in local currency terms (up from 6.3% in the previous year).
KPMG LLP and Taulia Inc. today announced a strategic alliance to help the world’s largest organizations transform their financial supply chains to realize savings and improve supplier relations.
Aligning operational risk management (ORM) with strategy is critical for financial institutions to effectively identify, assess and mitigate risks, according to a new survey report released by KPMG LLP and The Risk Management Association (RMA).
KPMG survey finds IP acquisition and pursuit of revenue growth driving M&A.
The Consumer Goods and Media & Entertainment sectors are ripe for startups and investment activity and dominating media attention in these areas, according to the new KPMG Startup Trends Index.
41 percent of the largest U.S. companies do not communicate emissions reduction plans to their stakeholders, according to the KPMG Survey Of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2015.
After delays and IT pros’ hand-wringing, 11 percent call transition a failure.
Firm wins five categories, named top three in six others.
The Tax Council Policy Institute (TCPI) announced today that its 17th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium will be held Feb. 11-12, 2016, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Automakers must reconcile multiple innovation clock speeds or risk becoming obsolete.
Profound impact on vehicle sales, car ownership models, energy demand, and infrastructure.
Second Consecutive Year Named “Best Consulting Firm” by Insurance Risk Magazine.
KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm, has appointed Silicon Valley-based Partner Lincoln Clark as the leader of the firm’s Global Semiconductor Industry practice.