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KPMG's top secret project: Solution 49

 They expect to double the team by July, although Mr Bryan said they are "not wedded to the number".Implications of changeWhile the bulk of their work stems from the impact of technology on revenue models, business structures, workflow, staff and consumer behaviour, Solution 49's specific focus is the implications of technological change, rather than the technology itself."In the first, second and third industrial revolution, industry created product to create consumer demand," Mr Bryan said.
Financial Review
03/05
70 Points
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Money In the studio with Grant Wardell-Johnson

It's also an election budget, and has a growing number of economists warning that we risk a structural deficit until at least 2030, with meaningful tax reform already ruled out, and deep spending cuts a no-no.KPMG's senior tax partner Grant Wardell-Johnson speaks to Ticky. Source: The Business | Duration: 5min 24secTopics:business-economics-and-finance,australia.
ABC
02/05
7 Points
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Tech KPMG puts its money where PM's mouth is: 'disruptive technologies'

aims to raise $US200 million to 300 million in Fund 2.Fund 2 will also invest in disruptive technologies that are needed by KPMG clients and can be delivered more rapidly via start-ups than by KPMG developing them in-house, Mr Nash said. KPMG Australia agreed to sell Customer Compass to KPMG Capital Fund 1 because it made more sense for KPMG to own the company globally, he said.The company deals with "a classic big data problem" faced by corporations.
Financial Review
28/04
17 Points
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Money Budget 2016: KPMG urges Federal Government to look beyond next election

ABC
28/04
16 Points

Raise the dole, spend less on the dying, says multinational accountancy firm KPMG

The Age
28/04
11 Points

Sports ACT Brumbies drama: Board calls rival meeting to discuss chief executive Michael Jones

The Age
21/04
12 Points
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Sports Michael Jones keeps his job as Brumbies chief executive for now

including the release of the KPMG report.The document will be made available to voting members at an extraordinary general meeting on Thursday night, where motions to dissolve the Brumbies board and elect a new one will be put. nor fans ahead of Sunday’s blockbuster against the Crusaders at GIO Stadium.
NewsComAu
21/04
16 Points

Money Charter Hall in running for 1 Shelley Street

It is also selling the half stake in the nearby KPMG building, which could raise as much as $800 million for the two Darling Harbour sites.Agents on Shelley Street are CBRE and Savills.There is close to $1 billion of assets for sale across Sydney, including the $300 million-plus David Jones Market Street store.
The Age
20/04
3 Points
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Money The super sector is bracing for a budget hit

Source: The Business | Duration: 6min 8secTopics:business-economics-and-finance,australia. Updated April 14, 2016 19:22:04 Last month, the Government committed to defining in law the purpose of super, to be for income in retirement rather than pure wealth accumulation.
ABC
14/04
11 Points
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KPMG finds an employer for life isn't uncool with Millennial workers after all

But a different perspective emerged when KPMG anonymously surveyed 500 students from 23 countries  taking part in KPMG's International Case Competition. "We don't always get that right but there's a lot of thinking that goes into it," she said.Another key step was in invest in leaders who manage performance so that they were effective managers, and the final one was to make flexible work available to everyone, Ms Ferrier said.KPMG Australia launched its "Everyone Agile" policy two weeks ago.
Financial Review
14/04
5 Points

Married women: victims of unfair tax systems in the OECD

Tax systems in most OECD countries disadvantage married women who want to return to work. The highest increase in overall tax burdens has been recorded in Australia, Luxembourg, Israel, Italy and Portugal.  OECD Taxing Wages 2016 report Treasurer Scott Morrison has indicated major cuts to personal or company tax are unlikely.
The Age
12/04
7 Points
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Tech Telstra appoints ex-AMP boss Craig Dunn as director

Former AMP chief executive Craig Dunn has joined the board of Telstra as a non-executive director.Mr Dunn steered AMP through the global financial crisis as chief executive between 2008 and 2013. Prior to that, he held senior roles at Colonial Mutual group and in audit and consulted for KPMG.Currently, he's a director with Westpac, chairman of the Australian Ballet, and an advisory panel member for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Financial Review
12/04
12 Points
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