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The latest 2015 KPMG and SAVCA Private Equity Survey covers the 2014 calendar year, reflects an expanded industry with R171.1 billion in funds under management as at 31 December, a slight increase from the start of that year.
Key findings from KPMG Global Manufacturing Outlook 2015 which surveys manufacturers across the world on challenges, key issues and future strategy in supply chain, cost and performance management and innovation and R&D.
The global nutraceuticals market is predicted to be worth $250 billion by 2018 as a result of increased uptake by health savvy consumers.
Now in its fourth year, Cloud Monitor 2015 is available and once again provides an extensive picture of cloud use in German companies.
Crude oil futures rallied throughout April and early May registering the biggest monthly gains since May 2009.
In this KPMG thought leadership, “Curing the Ails of Investing in Healthcare in Africa” we discuss both the challenges and solutions of driving reformation of the sector together with real-life examples.
Join us for a webcast to discuss the role chemicals have helped shape today’s global construction industry.
In this edition, we bring you a look at some of the chemical industry’s key end markets with a focus on the outlook for the automotive and construction sectors, courtesy of KPMG’s industry leaders in those segments.
South Africa should seize the current timely opportunity to amend its mining taxation in a manner that encourages foreign investment and stimulates prospecting, says KPMG corporate tax head Muhammad Saloojee.
KPMG’s Mining Financial Reporting Survey publishes the results of a survey of financial reporting by 25 major mining companies from across the globe.
KPMG Africa has collaborated across our healthcare practices in West, East and Sub-Saharan Africa to explore the impact of Ebola, both on the affected countries as well as on the businesses of some of our key clients.
The dramatic fall in global mining commodity prices, along with high national deficits and a slow climb out of recession in most economies, has elicited a strong reaction from governments.
While the emerging markets may represent a frontier for private finance in infrastructure, a lack of funds, inadequate planning, and unstable political environments have limited the availability of projects that could attract private capital.
In an age of austerity and with funding in short supply, governments must make difficult choices about where to focus infrastructure spend. Balancing the aspirations of a nation with the need for true social benefit is not an easy challenge.
This study report focuses on how well NOCs in emerging producer countries in Africa, those which are in pre-exploration, exploration and early development phases, are dealing with the development of technical skills and know-how.