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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.

Funding for SG-based WealthTechs jumps seven-fold in 5 years

Total WealthTech funding in 2021 reached US$161m.
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Funding for SG-based WealthTechs jumps seven-fold in 5 years

Total WealthTech funding in 2021 reached US$161m.
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How can brick-and-mortar stores be less boring? Here’s what experts say

Physical stores must revamp customers’ experiences by pushing “phygital” strategies.

KPMG launches embedded finance hub in Singapore

It will run for 2 years and provide incubation support to institutions.

Avoiding mistakes for cyber preparedness

Industries that are regulated and operating critical infrastructures are expected to be more prepared against cyber-attacks, says KPMG Singapore’s Lee Ser Yen.

Companies should ‘sharpen focus’ on risk profile amidst major external events

Managements need to proactively identify, quantify, and respond to risks such as supply chain and geopolitical risks, says KPMG Singapore’s Head of Advisory (Consulting).

SG emerges as top Southeast Asian destination for start-up investment

The Lion City is home to 12 unicorns and over 9,300 startups.

How Singapore survived the global fintech funding fall

In Q2, the country's global market share by deal value jumped to 6.4%.

Expert counters call for petrol tax holiday

The KPMG analyst said it’s necessary to retain petrol and diesel taxes.   An expert from KPMG countered calls for a petrol tax holiday amidst rising fuel costs.

Global minimum tax implementation likely to be delayed until 2024

The expected push back is amidst recent developments in Europe.   The implementation of the global minimum tax of 15% by 2023 might be delayed until 2024, according to an expert from KPMG.   KPMG Partner Mark Addy said the pushback will likely be due to the recent developments in Europe – hitting record inflation, the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, and more.   Addy, however, said the implementation will not be delayed beyond 2024 given the very strong momentum for the global minimum tax.

Why GST hike should push through despite rising goods prices

The country’s social expenditures are also going up exponentially, say experts.

Companies should focus on ever-changing customer behaviour, says KPMG Malaysia Partner

Alvin Gan joins the panel of judges at the Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards 2022.

Financial services M&A deals reached $12.61b in 2021: KPMG

The deal value skyrocketed from $2.86b in 2020.

What do the Big Four have to say about the Singapore Budget 2022?

Businesses were urged to plan ahead as GST rate hike gets delayed.

How will the carbon tax hike help achieve the 2030 green targets?

The carbon tax will be raised to $25 per tonne in 2024.