Strategic Advice, Subject Matter Expertise, Flexibility and Delivery of Commitments Cited by Clients as Strengths
KPMG International today announced aggregated network revenues of US$24.44 billion for the fiscal year.
Innovative approaches to audit will help Canadian companies better manage risk while strengthening their business
Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales events are fast approaching; signalling the start of the holiday shopping season.
Canadian manufacturing companies should look to innovation and new geographies to fuel growth for Canada.
KPMG’s Insights into Canadian Banking explores banking technology enablement through key industry themes that are rising on the corporate agenda.
KPMG’s Forensic team has identified 10 major mistakes that can cripple an organization’s response effort.
Transaction bolsters KPMG in Canada’s Workday strength
Companies focus on engaging with customers and building trust in 2015.
KPMG’s professionals located across the country are available to provide national and regional insight in the lead up to this year’s federal budget.
Budget day is set for April 21, and KPMG anticipates targeted tax changes for both individuals and businesses.
As Fraud Prevention Month kicks off, KPMG has identified three themes which are particularly applicable to Canadian business.
KPMG’s The Next Million magazine gives voice to entrepreneurs driving the future of Canadian business
KPMG Survey: despite consumer trends, tech innovation low on auto execs’ agenda
Higher scrutiny, changing risk landscape leads to broader responsibilities and increased accountability.
Low oil prices and continued weakness in the Canadian dollar projected to lift M&A activity.
Year-end income tax savings for Canadians and small business
KPMG in Canada has severed ties with Clean Energy BC (CEBC) over its unauthorized release of a draft study by KPMG.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching and December around the corner, Canadians are well into their seasonal shopping spend.
KPMG proud to be recognized for the ninth consecutive year
Times are finally moving in a direction that helps rather than hinders manufacturers, according to KPMG’s Canadian Manufacturing Outlook 2014.
Siskinds LLP, Siskinds Desmeules and JSS Barristers announced the filing of proposed securities class actions against KPMG LLP.
Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal lead international cities for tax competitiveness.
KPMG spokespeople are available to share tips that individual tax filers and small business owners should keep in mind this tax filing season.
Stable total cost picture helps move Canada up global list. Moncton ranks as the most competitive city for business in Canada.
KPMG LLP (Canada) CEO appointed to additional global leadership role.
KPMG sheds light on Budget day impacts
KPMG’s 2014 Automotive Executive Survey reveals influences for a fast-evolving market.
KPMG’s Tax professionals from coast-to-coast are available to provide regional insight leading up to this year’s federal budget.
KPMG expects Harper will continue to tighten the tax system by closing “tax loopholes” and introduce a range of tax measures to achieve tax fairness.
The Canadian M&A sector remained flat for a second straight year in 2013, reflecting similar numbers from 2012, according to KPMG.
The report analyzes fraud investigations in Canada and around the world.
The holiday season arrives earlier every year. What retail trends will influence Canadians as they prepare for their biggest spend?
KPMG’s Global Construction Survey sees confidence and growth prospects for the industry.
KPMG insight on the Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.
In an effort to balance the books by 2015, today’s federal budget focused mostly on jobs, the economy and closing “tax loopholes”.
Canada’s corporate tax rate dropped in 2012 as the last phase of federal cuts took effect.
KPMG Enterprise’s new magazine, inBusiness, focuses on entrepreneurs and the challenges they face building their businesses.
Automakers will focus on improving the internal combustion engine, according to KPMG’s 14th annual Global Automotive Executive Survey.
CFIB report released today finds red tape costs Canadian small businesses significantly more than U.S. counterparts.