Artificial intelligence is transforming our everyday lives. KPMG has domain expertise, industry insight, proven AI frameworks, and deep technically skilled data scientists and engineering resources.
With a new Brexit deadline set for 31 October 2019, and increased disorderly politics in the UK, the future relationship between the EU and the UK is still up in the air and the risk of the UK leaving the EU without a deal is increasing. Get viewpoints from our experts on this ever-evolving matter.
The Belgian corporate landscape is evolving – becoming more transparent, flexible and attractive to foreign investment. Follow our viewpoints on issues such as the new Belgian Company Code, M&A and Corporate governance.
With a global shift away from fossil fuels and a wider array of technologies available to harness renewable sources to secure our future energy supply, it’s a time of great change and opportunity for the energy sector. How can stakeholders reinvigorate the sector, encourage innovation to flourish and develop evidence-based policy that supports a long-term sustainable energy mix? Read on to find out what our experts have to say.
Leadership at KPMG is about helping others to do the right things, setting direction, building an inspiring and feasible vision and creating a framework that encourages innovation.
Reflecting a shift in lifestyle and values, employees are increasingly turning to bicycles and scooters, cash compensation, a smaller company car or a combination of several means of transport for their daily commute. As the mentality around mobility evolves, explore innovative thinking around how to meet the flexibility needs of the 21st century workforce.
Sustainability is higher than ever on the agenda of forward-thinking directors and CEOs in Europe and across the globe. It stands for innovation, being competitive in recruiting and retaining talent, as well as creating new products or services. More importantly, a growing group of consumers and companies now only do business with sustainable organizations. Read on to learn more about why factoring sustainability into your strategy makes good business sense.
Transfer pricing is an accounting practice for pricing goods and services transferred within a multinational or trans-national company in order to reduce tax burdens and maximize profits. Transfer pricing allows for the establishment of prices for the goods and services exchanged between a subsidiary, an affiliate, or commonly controlled companies that are part of the same larger enterprise.