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Global CEOs see a powerful future for their CFOs.
The trade partnerships that have developed over the past decade will likely evolve into long-term strategic relationships between the two countries.
Effective management of indirect taxes in Malaysia has become increasingly important over the years, especially since the implementation of GST on 1 April 2015.
This enables us to identify and assess the risks that impact their business and achievement of goals.
Gain an understanding of the latest issues in financial accounting and reporting
MFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers is the new revenue standard which replaces all the existing revenue related standards and also introducing a new 5-step model in recognising revenue. This workshop is designed to provide accounting and finance personnel with a thorough understanding in applying the new revenue standard (MFRS 15) and how would it impact your business. Participants will also be assessing sample contract using the assessment binder developed by KPMG. Participants are encouraged to bring a revenue contract as a sample for this session.
KPMG combines our multi-disciplinary approach with deep, practical industry knowledge to help clients meet challenges and respond to opportunities.
KPMG combines our multi-disciplinary approach with deep, practical industry knowledge.
In recognizing the importance of audit committees, the Audit Committee Institute Malaysia (ACI) was created to assist audit committee members adapt to their changing role.
An independent audit is the foundation for decision-making in the capital markets.
In the modern business environment, high quality tax advice and planning can give your business a distinct competitive advantage.
Organisational success is driven by sound decision making and effective execution.
Malaysian Inland Revenue Board (MIRB) has been very active in monitoring taxpayer’s compliance with the applicable transfer pricing (“TP”) regulations in Malaysia.
In today’s technology-driven environment, we believe leadership need a new perspective to take control of cyber security.
Geographical barriers have been broken down by technology. Businesses today are not contained in a single location.