Sydney and Melbourne house prices will continue to fall further this financial year, before plateauing and then recovering over the following two years
KPMG Australia’s Chairman Alison Kitchen said yesterday that while business had many challenges on the horizon for 2019, she was cautiously positive about the outlook and expected growth opportunities to continue, particularly in the second half of the year following the Australian Federal Election.
Maranguka Justice Reinvestment in Bourke: landmark report demonstrates economic impact of $3.1 million
This is the first ever report of its kind in Australia, assessing the substantial economic impacts of investing in justice reinvestment and supporting communities to lead the solutions.
Two-thirds of Australian businesses operating in China plan to increase their investments in China, even while navigating a raft of shifting market challenges.
KPMG Major Australian Banks Full Year Analysis 2017-18
KPMG Australia has announced its largest intake of 78 new partners, up from 62 in 2017
KPMG is concerned that the Budget announcements surrounding the removal of default insurance in super for people under the age of 25 will damage the overall system for relatively little benefit.
New KPMG research finds that the Australian major banks (‘the majors’) are facing a challenging new era of industry transformation, reporting a decrease in aggregate profits for the 2018 half year.
62 partners appointed – fourth consecutive year of increased investment 42 percent of appointments are female First Indigenous partner Record number of partner appointments – reflecting the firm’s continued growth…