JP Executive Insight (formerly Jnet) is the bilingual newsletter of KPMG's U.S. Japanese Practice. Published since 1997, the newsletter is issued quarterly to update you on audit, accounting, tax, and other business issues relevant to Japanese companies operating in the United States.
While banking executives—and other business leaders—have invested in data analytics to help inform decision making and uncover new sources of growth, many wait lengthy periods of time to receive accurate results. Even then, executives lack confidence in the numbers and depend on familiar analytics methods to make decisions. By approaching data analytics in a different way—smaller, more agile, faster and scalable—banks and other organizations can start to get the benefits of advanced analytics without having to wait for big data projects to deliver.
Adoption of advanced safety technologies has not kept up with the rise of distracted driving. So collisions have also risen. Our updated research explores what drove this uptick in crashes, our views on the long term outlook for the collision repair market, and practical steps OEMs should begin taking to mitigate the risks.
This article focuses on how organizations can enhance compliance-related monitoring, testing, and analysis via data analytics and automation. It contains insights from KPMG professionals’ first-hand strategy and execution working with executives and their stakeholders and provides key takeaways to help organizations take steps to bolster their compliance monitoring, testing, and data analysis efforts.
U.S. CEOs face a choice: agility or irrelevance. A majority of the 400 U.S. CEOs we surveyed for this year’s CEO Outlook told us that being too slow can lead to obsolescence, a marked increase from those who thought so last year. What has changed? The answer is clear: The speed of change is only getting faster. In this year’s CEO Outlook, CEOs and KPMG LLP leaders share their perspectives on the best way to build resilience.
In this section, we provide a summary of brief updates from the previous quarter on regulatory developments in auditing and accounting that may impact Japanese companies in the United States.
In this section, we provide a summary of brief updates from the previous quarter on legislative, judicial, and administrative developments in tax that may impact Japanese companies operating in the United States.