KPMG’s performance advisory activity uses resources and experience from global best practice.
KPMG’s performance advisory activity uses resources and experience from the best practice.
KPMG’s extensive experience in key functional areas allows it to help clients to enhance their performance in the following fields:
We take an integrated approach to provide services in the following functional areas:
The KPMG Business Effectiveness team helps companies to achieve their desire to reach a new level of effectiveness through revenue enhancement, cost-optimization and business process improvement. The group’s clients are most commonly general managers and heads of departments.
KPMG services in this area include:
Cash generation is the key task for any company in both good times and bad, but when in financial distress the importance of positive cash flows becomes a matter of business survival.
If you are facing any kind of cashflow issues, we can help to increase the efficiency of your cash and working capital management by:
1. Improving the visibility and controls of cash flows – this involves introducing robust cash flow forecasting, improving cash reporting, including KPIs and changing policies and incentivisation, bringing cash to the heart of decision making across your business.
2. Identifying and delivering sustainable cash flow improvements from working capital and other areas of the business including treasury, tax, property, and other assets.
Our team tailors their approach to address your specific needs depending on circumstances. Please do call us to learn more on how we could improve cash flows in your particular situation.
The KPMG Finance and Treasury Management team assists public and private companies to reach their tactical and strategic goals. We work with all companies, regardless of their size or the complexity of their business operations.
Our services in this area include:
Treasury organization and transformation:
Benchmarking and performance assessment:
Commodity and energy strategy and operations:
Accounting for treasury transactions: