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.1
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.
KPMG Australia today announced its new partner intake for 2019, with 104 new partners and executive directors named.
Fourteen of Australia’s leading organisations have united for National Reconciliation Week to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which calls for the establishment of a First Nations Voice in…
Plexus and KPMG Law have announced an investment and the formation of a strategic alliance which is set to transform legal markets – initially in Australia, but with international potential.
KPMG analysis finds that the Australian major banks (‘the majors’) have reported a continued decline in aggregate cash profits for the first half of 2019. KPMG’s Major Australian Banks Half…
Sydney and Melbourne house prices will continue to fall further this financial year, before plateauing and then recovering over the following two years
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.