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Xero executive Trent Innes says "Xero operates in a completely separate area of the market"

KPMG, Microsoft and CBA team up to take on Xero and MYOB

Tue 15 May 15

CBA will be the first bank to offer “Wiise,” targeting small businesses but others will follow worldwide.

The Big Four make sizable billings. (Photos: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Shareholders deserve more respect from auditors

Fri 9 Feb 5

Opinion: A professional body’s attitude to secrecy is just part of the problem.

KPMG banking and finance head John Kensington says ""The banks have been lending in a more cautious manner as a result of LVR restrictions on mortgage lending."

Non-bank lenders lift profit 10% in 2017

Thu 14 Dec 1

New Zealand's non-bank lenders account for a fraction of the nation's lending.

KPMG M&A director Nick McKay says the new government is likely to spur M&A activity.

Urge to merge and acquire tipped to stay strong

Fri 24 Nov 1

Deal volumes hit a six-year high in the first half of 2017, a trend unlikely to be dented by the new government.

KPMG global chairman of industrial manufacturing Doug Gates says “Things we were looking at occurring in 2050 five years ago or 2030 two years ago are now looking to be 2025”

Agri-tech could be 'test lab' in fourth industrial revolution

Wed 15 Nov

Change is occurring faster than expected with predictions of five years ago of what would occur in 2050 now looking to be 2025.

KPMG NZ sustainability director Erica Miles says fuzzy statements on "green" activity will not suffice

Companies that don't report on sustainability predicted to lose investors

Thu 2 Nov 7

New Zealand companies lagging in KPMG global rankings.

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