Understanding and keeping pace with what drives people to shop and buy online is critical to succeeding in the digital world.
The year 2016 marked a major watershed regarding transfer pricing in Vietnam, with regulations now having been in effect for a decade, and the announcement of a new round of tax reforms by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) introducing regulatory changes to tackle base erosion profit shifting practices.
Leading audit, tax, and advisory service provider KPMG has just appointed Ross Macallister as the new managing director and head of Consulting Services at KPMG Vietnam.
Whilst Vietnam has made considerable progress in enhancing its business and investment environment in recent years to magnetise foreign investors, the country is still lagging behind its regional peers in terms of competitiveness.
KPMG, one of the Big4 and the leading firm in audit and professional services, announced today that it will be launching a new service to provide corporations and organisations access to highly trained professionals for short-term secondments.
Vietnam and the US are increasing co-operation in all aspects, especially in trade and investment, and will foster this co-operation with or without the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
The good impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is going to spill over to stocks of companies in other industries, not just stocks of companies in direct beneficiary sectors such as textiles, footwear and fisheries.
Today, KPMG in Vietnam - one of the leading “Big 4” professional services firms – and the Centre for Support and Development of Vietnamese Young Entrepreneurs announced the launch of KPMG NEXT, a unique programme designed to fast track Vietnamese private businesses and entrepreneurs.
The new lease accounting standard published today by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) brings added transparency to the balance sheet, according to KPMG International.
A recent report by KPMG International, one of the largest professional services companies in the world, reveals that companies find managing corruption risks and complying with anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) regulations more challenging than ever.
In light of the recent conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, Vietnam finds itself at a crossroads with lucrative opportunities on the horizon for several trade sectors. In particular, the textile and garment industry stands to benefit greatly from access to the global market and reduced trade tariffs. However, future supply chain challenges must be addressed in order for Vietnam to capitalise on this potential. Amrish Goel, technical director of management consulting at KPMG in India, and Nguyen Tuan Hong Phuc, consulting director of KPMG Vietnam shared their opinions on this issue.
On November 14, a number of publicly-listed companies from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, were honoured at the first ASEAN Corporate Governance Conference and Awards (ACGCA), held in Manila Philippines.
Against a healthy economic backdrop, including high GDP growth and stable inflation coupled with positive demographic changes, Vietnam has witnessed dynamic merger and acquisition (M&A) activities in 2014 and early 2015 with numerous significant and notew