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KPMG dives into strategy business with new practice

KPMG, one of the “Big Four” accounting firms, is getting even bigger.

Today, the company is announcing plans to create a new strategy-consulting unit. KPMG, which is already advising approximately one-third of the Fortune 100 on strategy, is creating its own strategy unit to keep up with growing demand for its services. 466 more words


Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 19 Oct 2014

But for SoCal based Kite Pharma, we’d have nothing to report this week. Thanks for doing your part to keep the carousel spinning. Kite went public back in June, and is now moving from a smaller audit firm into Big4 territory. 69 more words

Auditor Changes


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แผนก – ตำแหน่งที่ฝึก

– ติดตามข่าวสารของบริษัททั้งในไทยและพม่าจากเว็บไซต์ต่างๆ นำมาเขียนลงใน Press release และอัพเดทข่าวต่างๆที่เกิดขึ้นลงใน Social Media (Facebook, Twitter)
– ดูแลในเรื่องของ Vendor พวกหาข้อมูล ติดต่อ เลือกสินค้า ต่อรองราคา โดยมีพี่ๆช่วยตัดสินใจด้วย 21 more words


Event review: Managing difficult conversations at work

On 13 November, we were joined by Members, Partners and guest speakers Tony Cates, Head of Audit, KPMG UK, Aisling Tuft, Recoveries Manager, Enterprise and Alastair Campbell, writer and political commentator at the launch of our new guide on ‘Managing difficult conversations’ at work. 369 more words

Mental Health

Real time information - the good and bad

By Tony Collins

Widespread publicity over the past week has drawn attention to inaccuracies in Real Time Information, HMRC’s system for handling PAYE submissions from employers every time they pay an employee rather that at the year-end. 1,660 more words


Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 12 Oct 2014

EY taking some body blows this week, being dismissed by three clients, and resigning from one more. And, for those paying close attention, you’ll notice that all 4 firms lost at least one client this week. 139 more words

Auditor Changes

UK public fears advance of Internet-enabled devices amid security concerns

According to the latest KPMG survey, UK consumers fear that technology is overtaking their lives, with many increasingly concerned about the pace of change they face. 501 more words