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Coming together with purpose
Our management consultancy columnist Mick James looks back on the year and highlights some trends.
Consultants: they love to hate their job
Consulting firms in the UK did rather well in an article published in The Metro last week, writes Alison Huntington at
Early Indications That Reforms of Financial Advice Are Working
In December 2012, new rules (the RDR) were introduced to make the retail investment market work better for consumers...
Fraudsters Rely on Festive Cheer to Fleece Employers, Says KPMG
As the festive season gets into full swing, KPMG's Priya Giuliani warns that 'the threat from within' is the ghost of Christmas present.
Is this the decline of the corporate ladder and the emergence of self-organisation?
Last month saw the return of the Management Innovation Exchange (MIX) ‘Mashup’.
IT Providers Challenge Retail Banks
New providers from the telecommunications and IT industry are penetrating the market for financial services.
KPMG Report: Global Business Executives See Cloud Driving Business Transformation And Improving Customer Alignment
42% using cloud to better enable a flexible and mobile workforce * 37% using cloud to improve interaction with customers, suppliers and business partners.
Limited Festive Cheer as Half the Banks Would Have Failed Stress Tests if Leverage Ratio Was Considered
Steven Hall, banking risk partner at KPMG comments on the publication of the Prudential Regulation Authority's (PRA) banking Stress Tests results.
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