(14 Oct 2008) KPMG today announced that John B. Harrison, 52, chairman of KPMG’s Asia Pacific region has been named to the newly created position of deputy chairman, KPMG International, according to an announcement by Timothy P. Flynn.
(16 Sep 2009) In an operating environment which remained challenging in 2009, Hong Kong listed banks earned a total of HKD 38.2 billion in net profit after tax for the first half of 2009.
(18 Apr 2008) Since their appointment as Oasis’s Provisional Liquidators on 9 April 2008, KPMG’s Edward Middleton and Patrick Cowley, have been engaged in urgent efforts to facilitate a rescue of Oasis’s business.
(27 Jun 2008) On 1st July, KPMG China will appoint 35 partners and principals to support the firm’s continued expansion in China and embrace challenges and opportunities in the growing market there.
(17 Jul 2009) The ongoing financial crisis brings new opportunities for accelerating M&A and restructuring activities of China’s iron and steel industry while setting huge obstacles for the development of the industry.
(30 Sep 2009) KPMG China is proud to announce the appointment of 28 partners and principals to support the firm’s long-term growth and to help the firm to continue to provide outstanding service to its clients.
(31 Jan 2008) After calling the top of the M&A market six months ago, the latest version of KPMG’s Global M&A Predictor provides further evidence that M&A activity has now reached a plateau and could even be in decline in some areas.
(9 Dec 2008) China’s banking sector has been less affected by the global financial turmoil due to its relatively closed banking system, good liquidity position, and limited exposure to toxic U.S. financial products.
(16 Jul 2008) A new KPMG report argues that the negative sentiment across the global environment makes it important for finance executives to review their cash/working capital management strategies and look at new ways to unlock cash from businesses.
(29 Jul 2008) The recent sub-prime crisis has raised some concerns about Basel II efficacy and whether other risk management areas should now be given priority over Basel II implementation, says a new KPMG report.
(18 Jun 2008) A report released by KPMG, FTSE Group (“FTSE”) and APREA observes that the inflow of capital to Asia’s real estate market is accelerating off the back of a prolonged period of steady growth.
(3 Jun 2009) Asia-Pacific businesses are using the global recession as an opportunity for major changes to their operations, while many European businesses are still undecided on how to respond to the recession, a new study from KPMG has found.
(18 Apr 2008) As companies take a more global approach to doing business, there is a trend towards more short term assignments. This is a key finding of the recently released 2007 KPMG Global Assignment Policies and Practices Survey (GAPP).
(21 May 2008) Three quarters of major global businesses believe that governments will rely more on indirect taxes (such as VAT or general sales taxes) in the future according to a worldwide survey of senior finance professionals.
(13 May 2008) Pressure is mounting for luxury companies to find their niche and establish their credibility as China’s luxury market continues to grow in sophistication and has become measurably more crowded over the past two years.
(31 Mar 2008) According to the latest report from KPMG, further market reforms would be beneficial in order to get the best from investment in water distribution and water treatment.
(13 Jul 2010) China’s outsourcing and shared services are rapidly expanding and winning market share over India and other regional destinations, according to a recent KPMG survey.
(18 Jan 2010) KPMG forecasts a substantial increase in deal-making appetite in China for the coming year, due to resilience in the domestic stock markets, rising demand…
(26 Aug 2010) KPMG’s annual Emerging Markets International Acquisition Tracker (EMIAT) shows corporates in emerging economies have recorded a 25 percent increase in cross-border deal activity in the past six months.
(17 Jan 2011) KPMG announces with deep sadness, the tragic passing away of our colleague Wilson Wan Wai Shun, a professional with KPMG in Hong Kong.