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Ongoing change: the Russian insurance market survey

KPMG presents its sixth annual Russian insurance market overview.
Modified date: 7/3/2015
Press release
 

KPMG took part in the ХIХ St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF)

KPMG delegates took part in several sessions and round tables where they discussed the key challenges facing Russia, emerging markets, and the world at large.
Modified date: 6/24/2015
Press release
 

The grounds for corresponding transfer pricing adjustments have been expanded

On 8 June 2015 the President of the Russian Federation signed Federal Law No. 150-FZ, which introduced, inter alia, amendments regarding corresponding adjustments.
Modified date: 6/19/2015
Publication series
 

KPMG analyses transport infrastructure construction market in Russia

This research report was prepared based on the interviews with representatives of the major Russian infrastructure companies.
Modified date: 5/18/2015
Press release
 

"Every which way, or How to make a joint venture work", an article for the "Neft Rossii" magazine (issue 4, April 2015)

The KPMG Oil & Gas experts comment on the benefits of the joint ventures (JV) in the oil & gas industry and on the reasons why more than half of JVs fail to achieve the objectives of each of the parties involved.
Modified date: 5/14/2015
Publication series
 

International Tax - Asia Pacific region (1 September and 30 September 2014)

This e-newsletter gives you an overview of international tax developments being reported globally by KPMG member firms in the Americas Region between 1 September and 30 September 2014.
Modified date: 4/30/2015
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KPMG research: half of the Russian capital is moved out to tax havens

KPMG experts concluded that at the current stage of the tax system development it is appropriate to focus on foreign trade transactions as the capital outflow leads to losses that are at least comparable to the internal tax losses.
Modified date: 4/23/2015
Press release
 

KPMG analyzes HR budgets and plans for 2015

Russian companies are more likely to be considering headcount reductions ranging from 6% to 10%, while foreign companies rarely consider this course of action, and if they do, then they plan reductions of no more than 5% of staff.
Modified date: 4/15/2015
Press release
 

KPMG presents Russian M&A overview 2014

Falling oil prices finally saw the brakes applied to Russian M&A in Q4 2014. We expect M&A to further decline in 2015, both in terms of the average value and the number of deals.
Modified date: 4/15/2015
Press release
 

Russian M&A Review 2014

KPMG presents the 10th edition of the annual Russian M&A Review.
Modified date: 4/15/2015
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