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      UK watchdog hands KPMG fines totalling £390,000

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    11. December 10, 2014

      KPMG reports record revenues, but flags challenges in Asia

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      Busy times at the top as the CEO carousel gains pace

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      Autumn Statement 2014: North Sea oil tax burden eased

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      FRC review finds two institutions need ‘significant’ improvement

      Two bank and building society audits required “significant improvements”, the UK accountancy watchdog said on Tuesday, as it...

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      Number of female fund executives falls in UK

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    16. November 10, 2014

      Consulting fees based on results begin to challenge old-style bills

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      Engaging the next generation of talent is the big challenge for consultancy firms

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      80% of fiduciary contracts not assigned on competitive basis

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      Co-op Bank managers blamed for doomed Lloyds branches deal

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    20. October 21, 2014

      KPMG hopes cloud software will win over SMEs

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      We need to talk about mental health

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    30. October 1, 2014

      KPMG gains legal services licence

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      Revised audit rules prompt shake-up of a generation

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      Barclays shows signs of recovery from a nasty case of Qatar

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      KPMG boosts ranks of female partners

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      Big Four step up services to hedge funds

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