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The telcom ring masterTelecom YatraHowever, Jaideep Ghosh, executive director, KPMG, differs. He argues, "Even in other countries regulators role is restricted to regulating and making ...and more »
Corporate espionage on the rise in IndiaEconomic TimesA survey conducted by KPMG reveals that losses on account of corporate espionage in the consumer products segment is as high as 13%. ...
KPMG Finds Executives Still Focused on Supply Chain Costs, Though New Models ...Big4When asked where respondents expect to increase sourcing over the next two years, China also ranked first (39 %), with India not far behind, at 26 %. ...
Industry looks to India as favourite supplierFinancial TimesAmong all the global respondents surveyed by the Economist Intelligence Unit for KPMG, China was the most common sourcing location, with 35 per cent of ...and more »
Research: KPMG's Consumers and Convergence SurveyPortada MagazineBrIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) consumers seem more willing than others to receive advertising in exchange for cheaper or free content or services ...
The EconomistNewspapers in India : Where print makes profitsThe EconomistThe Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, a trade body, and KPMG, a consultancy, predict that in the next four years the newspaper ...and more »
Reliance Gas Delay Halts India's First Fertilizer Investments in a DecadeBloombergUsing imported gas would be more expensive than domestic supply, said Mahajan of KPMG Advisory. Reliance's gas is sold at $4.20 per million British thermal ...and more »
Business StandardMergers and acquisitions may intensify in Indian FMCG sector: KPMGSify... throughout 2010 and result in increased transaction volumes," said Nandini Chopra, practice head, consumer and retail corporate finance, KPMG in India. ...'M&A deals among global consumer goods cos rising'Economic Timesall 26 news articles »
Money Mantra: Vikas Vasal, ED, KPMG IndiaEconomic TimesCan you please highlight how the income from let out property will be taxed in the new Direct Tax Code (DTC) released recently? As per the DTC 2010, ...and more »
ASSOCHAM - KPMG predicts India to become largest security market by 2020Orissadiary.comNew Delhi: The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) and KPMG have jointly predicted that India, along with Britain, ...India to emerge largest security market in next 10 years: reportLivemintIndia's spend on homeland security to double by 2020: StudyEconomic Timesall 4 news articles »
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From UFANA Conference 2010, Toronto, Canada - March 30 & 31, 2010 Catherine Chandler-Crichlow Executive director, Centre of Excellence in Financial Services Education Dr. Catherine Chandler-Crichlow is the executive director of the Centre of Excellence in Financial Services Education of the Toronto Financial Services Alliance. She has been an Associate Vice President -- Education and Training at TD Bank Financial Group. She then served as an executive and leadership development advisor to a number of international agencies such as the Toronto International Leadership Centre for Financial Sector Supervision, an international nancial sector development initiative funded by the Government of Canada, the World Bank and the IMF. She has overseen the design, development, delivery and evaluation of capacity building programs for nancial sector supervisors in countries such as Brazil, Malaysia, Poland, Singapore and Trinidad and Tobago and also played a key role in the development of leadership programs for international nancial sector supervisory associations. She is an author on human capacity development and a frequent speaker on human capacity development at international conferences. Steven Watts Audit Partner, KPMG Canada Steve is a KPMG Audit Partner in the Financial Institutions Practice in Toronto. He has significant experience auditing and advising banking and finance clients in Canada and internationally. His banking clients include a Schedule I Canadian bank and ...
Time to reinvent the multinationalBusiness Mirror... that companies from China and India will make inroads into Europe and North America,” says Martin Scott, partner, Transaction Services, KPMG, in the UK. ...
Money mantra: Vikas Vasal, partner, KPMG IndiaEconomic TimesI will be coming to India for two to three months this financial year to meet my parents and also for medical treatment. Will I be required to pay taxes on ...
...days rule. In case of a person who is a citizen of India or person of Indian origin (as defined under the Act) who being outside India comes on a visit to India, then he is considered to be a resident in India only if his stay is 182 days or more during such...
RIL enters telecomLivemintReliance Industries Ltd (RIL), India's most valued private company, said on Friday it will acquire a 95% stake in Infotel Broadband Services Pvt. Ltd, ...and more »
India an attractive market for foreign banksBank BazaarAbizer Diwanji, head of financial services at KPMG India said, “India is in focus. It is a high-growth market. Foreign banks are building their base here, ...
Static on The India-China LineWall Street JournalA recent softening of India's stance on imports of goods in this sector from China may not be all it seems. There is more than a whiff of politics about ...and more »
Bharti Airtel, RCom bring cheer to telecom industryHindustan Times... industry and the pressures on the front of competitive tariffs, declining trend in ARPU continue,” said Jaideep Ghosh, executive director at KPMG. ...and more »
AFPForeign banks keen to strengthen foothold in IndiaAFP"India is in focus. It is a high-growth market," added Abizer Diwanji, head of financial services at consultancy KPMG India. "Foreign banks are building ...and more »
Mid-DayCover Up! Corporate Taliban is hereMid-Day... who is currently pursuing a sexual harassment case against Vikram Uttam Singh, head of financial advisory services and senior partner of KPMG India, ...and more »
Money mantra: Vikas Vasal, partner, KPMG IndiaEconomic TimesBy Vikas Vasal, partner, KPMG India (These comments are based on the limited information provided by the investors. The advice may vary subject to actual ...and more »
This video features Jehil Thakkar from KPMG presenting the TiE-KPMG annual report on the Confidence level of the Indian entrepreneur.
Money mantra: Vikas Vasal, Partner, KPMG IndiaEconomic TimesBy Vikas Vasal, Partner, KPMG India. (These comments are based on the limited information provided by the investors. The advice may vary subject to actual ...and more »
...capital (VC) investments over the next three years, according to a report by consulting firm KPMG and the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) that was released Friday. “Over the past five years $50 billion worth of PE investments has come into the country...
...road ahead. Here is a verbatim transcript of the interview. Also watch the accompanying video. Q: The number as it stands all India price of over Rs 10,000 crore. The government stands to make over Rs 40,000 crore. Are you surprised at these numbers? A: To...
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Michiel Soeting, Global Chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Sector of KPMG is interviewed in the Mumbai studio of Mint TV about crude prices, sanctions on Iran, and the growing global demand for oil
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Romal Shetty, head, telecom, KPMG India, speaking on 3G spectrum, said that 3G is not going to give any profit to telecom companies on the short-term.
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There's a huge churn at PricewaterhouseCoopers India. PwC's Executive Director Dinesh Kanabar has resigned and according to sources is likely to join rival KPMG.
www.weforum.org 09.11.2009 Investing in Girls, Investing in Development -- The Girl Effect Empowering girls breaks the cycle of intergenerational poverty and helps build sustainable economies. What needs to be done by business and government to ensure that girls are placed at the forefront of the regional development agenda? Discussion Leaders Vinita Bali, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Britannia Industries, India Maria Eitel, President, Nike Foundation, Nike, USA Darryl Green, President, Asia Pacific, Manpower Inc, Singapore Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick, Global Head, Citizenship and Diversity, KPMG International, United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Talent & Diversity Chanda Kochhar, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, ICICI Bank, India; Co-Chairman of the India Economic Summit; Global Agenda Council on the Gender Gap Rajshree Pathy, Chairman and Managing Director, Rajshree Sugars & Chemicals, India Moderated by Barkha Dutt, Group Editor, New Delhi Television (NDTV), India
Government has released its draft white paper and goods and services tax (GST). The draft proposes a dual rate structure which separates central and state rates. PART2
Government has released its draft white paper and goods and services tax (GST). The draft proposes a dual rate structure which separates central and state rates. PART1
Hear from KPMG interns that got to spend a portion of their internship in India as part of KPMG's Global Internship Program.