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Business & Economy

ESG, corporate purpose, cyber, top list of CEO priorities, KPMG outlook shows

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues and corporate purpose have risen up the priority list among Australian and global CEOs, KPMG’s annual survey of international business leaders reveals.

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Business & Economy

Our first Impact Report: strong financial performance and a step-change in transparency

KPMG Australia recorded revenue of $2.022 billion ($1.911bn excluding recoverable expenses, YOY growth of 9.4%) last financial year.

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People & Community

KPMG response to government childcare announcement

KPMG is particularly pleased to note the government’s announcement stresses the fact that the additional costs of the plan will over time be outweighed by the economic activity generated.

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Business & Economy

No ‘return to normal’ until 2022, if ever, KPMG global CEO survey finds

Almost half of CEOs do not believe there will be a return to pre-COVID business operations until 2022

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Financial Services

Major banks prove resilient but risks are mounting: KPMG Major Australian Banks Full Year Analysis 2020

KPMG’s Major Australian Banks Full Year Analysis Report 2020 finds that the Majors reported a combined cash profit after tax from continuing operations of $17.4 billion, down 36.6 percent on FY2019.

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Financial Services

Major banks navigating to a new reality: KPMG Major Australian Banks Half Year Analysis 2020

KPMG analysis finds that the Australian major banks (‘the Majors’) have reported a decline in aggregate cash profits for the first half of 2020.

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Business & Economy

Digital transformation top CEO concern for 2020

The new entrants to the Top 10 list this year are global political and economic environment; sustainability & climate change; leadership capability; and workforce upskilling.

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Business & Economy

Australian retail investors are driven by values, not just value

The majority of Australian retail investors would accept lower financial returns if it meant companies they invested in always behaved ethically towards customers, employees, and community.

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People & Community

Increasing gender discrimination a barrier to equal pay

This report finds, once again, that stubborn gender stereotypes about the roles men and women play in paid work and caring continue to drive the gender pay gap.

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