- Service: Advisory, Performance & Technology, Risk & Compliance, Transactions & Restructuring
- Type: KPMG information
- Date: 2010/01/08
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Corporate Responsibility and Integrated Reporting is standard practice in South Africa.
The country continues to face the most severe drought in over two decades, where five out of the nine provinces – namely the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North West.
The forces that influence foreign direct investment into Africa.
KPMG’s commitment to promote the renewable energy sector is making notable strides in the sector across South Africa.
Join KPMG for a debate on whether Social Media is an effective communications tool for use during a disaster.
Strategic advice, subject matter expertise, flexibility and delivery of commitments cited by clients as strengths.
Financier Worldwide has collected the opinions of leading professionals from around the world on what is happening in the world of private equity.
Post the 2008 global financial crisis, bank funding has become more difficult to obtain.
This publication is intended to aid executives of listed entities with aspects of the JSE Listings Requirements and the FMA that are particularly relevant to directors and company secretaries.
The African Debt Market report examines the slow development of the African bond market, including the absence of a secondary market as well as underlying issues in the market.
A new Anti-Bribery and Corruption report reveals that companies find complying with regulation more challenging than ever.
The view that many South African companies are failing their stakeholders is supported by the ever increasing instances of strikes, corporate failures and exposed managerial frauds and misconduct.
Today’s IT executives are at a crossroad, where maintaining the status quo is no longer an option. The need to transform the IT operating model to do business to the speed of digital is a clear and present imperative.
This year, the Harvey Nash CIO Survey in association with KPMG, has seen the biggest response from CIO leaders in its 17-year history.
In a major new study released by KPMG International, which tracks insights on the coming three years, chief executives of global businesses said they are confident about the ability of their companies to grow over the next three years.