Risk Consulting publications and related articles.
Our 2015 survey offers insights that Internal Auditors can use to compare their functions and focus their efforts as they continue their journey towards repeatable and sustainable D&A.
Whether social investment is central to your business or not, it is undeniable that all companies have social touch-points, which mean that companies influence, and are influenced by the societies in which they operate.
The current business environment - characterised by compliance regulations, fraud schemes, and operational inefficiencies - requires organisations to adopt innovative ways to assess and manage risks.
Organisations have a strong desire to effectively leverage technology. We help them improve and transform the approach to risk and internal audit through Data and Analytics.
Organisations that adopt a more strategic and transformative data analytics-enabled auditing approach, that involves all the business stakeholders, often results in auditing being made more effective and sustainable.
KPMG conducted a Social Return on Investment (SROI) study of 21 community development initiatives across Exxaro, drawing a clearer picture of the true impact of community development efforts to date.
Join us for an interactive workshop on what is Ethics? What does it mean to “manage ethics”, to “report on ethics”, or simply to “be ethical” in an organisation in the 21st century.
This thought leadership, Bridging the gap between <IR> and GRI G4 Reporting, aims to provide an understanding of the interactions between Integrated Reporting and GRI G4.
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.
Cyber security is an important concern for every organisation. Daily occurrences demonstrate the risk posted by cyber attackers with strategies for systematically stealing intellectual property and disrupting business.
A company needs to be prepared to act quickly, efficiently and effectively when responding to allegations. However, many are underprepared with many companies having limited or no protocols for cross-border investigations.
"Why good people sometimes do bad things” is a book that describes in 52 short chapters 7 cultural factors that influence the likelihood of irregularities in the workplace.
KPMG’s analysis of 596 fraudsters involved in fraudulent acts in 78 countries between August 2011 and February 2013 across Europe, the Middle East & Africa, the Americas, and Asia-Pacific.
KPMG’s Cyber Security Catalogue provides insights into the security and privacy issues that could impact organisations.
This report explores how KPMG deals with factors that are making resources on which a business relies depleted and costly to access.- KPMG