KPMG firms operate in 145 countries and territories, and in FY21, collectively employed more than 236,000 people, serving the needs of business, governments, public-sector agencies, not-for-profits and through KPMG firms' audit and assurance practices, the capital markets.

Venture capitalists sharpen focus on targeting startups’ profit paths

Deal activity in Asia Pacific fell 26.3% YoY in 2023, but an expert suggests that years after a ‘bad year’ are always ‘exceptionally good.’

KPMG's Lee Ser Yen: Minimised data collection, embedded privacy, privacy-friendly options are essential cybersecurity practices

Cybersecurity leader Lee Ser Yen discusses the evolving threat landscape and the importance of building resilience.

Singapore to stay attractive with refundable tax credit scheme, says KPMG

Cash payouts provide firms with greater flexibility to grow their businesses.

The Big 4’s Budget 2024 wishlist: Did Singapore deliver?

Deloitte, EY, KPMG, and PwC shared their reactions.

Budget 2024: 3 tax strategies to offset BEPS 2.0 effects

Should the directive be implemented, selected MNEs will be subject to a global minimum tax of 15%.

Tax strategy for digitalisation and ESG proposed to Singapore

KPMG and SBF propose new tax initiatives to bolster Singapore's competitiveness ahead of Budget 2024.

State support key to ramping up digitalisation of Singaporean businesses: KPMG

High cost, lengthy processes and market uncertainties are among top barriers.

Investors shift focus to early-stage and AI-focused fintech firms

In 2H23, AI fintech funding in Singapore soared to US$333.13m.

Talent growth key to Singapore’s economic ambitions: KPMG

Upskilling workers, emerging technologies and ESG initiatives as top priorities.

Innovative financing to boost Singapore’s lead in climate finance, says KPMG

Robust policy and leveraging technology can also help fast-track green goals.

Irving Low of KPMG: Navigate diverse market dynamics, compliance intricacies, and cultural nuances for successful growth

Low offered a seasoned perspective on emerging trends, corporate governance challenges, and strategic considerations for businesses eyeing the Southeast Asian market.

3 ways Singapore can elevate its growth and competitiveness through taxation

Singapore’s BEPS adoption has spurred calls for tax reform in the 2024 budget.

KPMG urges Singapore to expand business perks to sustainability, AI, R&D

A  Sustainability Credit Scheme was proposed to help firms with their ESG push.

KPMG highlights need for Singapore to cement its leadership role in the region

Digitalisation and sustainability key to gain a competitive edge

KPMG and SBF outlines Budget 2024 wish list

Their first recommendation is to strengthen Singapore’s regional competitiveness.

Demand for accountants is growing, but interest in the profession is diminishing: report

By 2025, the demand for accounting jobs is expected to reach up to 7,000.