The latest news and media from KPMG in Australia.
David Linke will be the firm’s new National Managing Partner Tax, effective 1 July 2015.
Dramatic structural changes have driven strong shifts in the sector, number and types of deals being made by Chinese investors in Australia.
The ‘sharing economy’ is the next big area of focus for the tax authorities, KPMG has warned.
The Budget ‘missing link’ is the lack of tax incentive for investors to put money into high-tech start-ups compared with other classes of assets.
KPMG Tax Partners respond to key Budget measures.
KPMG's Grant Wardell-Johnson and Deborah Jenkins on multi-national tax avoidance and online GST.
The Australian major banks (‘the majors’) reported a mixed financial result for the first half of 2015
KPMG Australia has completed its acquisition of the accounting and advisory business of Hayes Knight (WA).
Start-ups will be significantly assisted by new laws on share scheme taxation, KPMG believes.
One of London’s top fintech architects has been recruited as the CEO of Sydney’s new fintech hub, Stone & Chalk.