UK anti-hybrid legislation: impact on Swiss structures

The UK’s new anti-hybrid rules will be effective from January, 2017. There is a short time frame for companies to assess the impact of these rules and make any changes to remain compliant with the rules and avoid a significant increase of the tax rate and/or even worse a double taxation of income.

Reorganisation im Gesundheitswesen

Die aktuelle Publikation «Clarity on Healthcare» von KPMG beleuchtet die wesentlichen Entwicklungen im Gesundheitswesen und zeigt auf, wie durch eine (Prozess)-Reorganisation (z.B. LEAN-Methodik, Benchmarking) der nachhaltige Erfolg sichergestellt werden kann.

Globally mobile employees: what are the key risks to address?

The latest global mobility survey from KPMG Switzerland highlights how global mobility has evolved during the past decade, the key risks which all employers with internationally mobile employees should be addressing today, and what companies could do to improve their mobility policies and processes.

Marché de l’immobilier: deux trajectoires opposées

La vocation du Swiss Real Estate Sentiment Index est de recueillir les anticipations des professionnels de l’immobilier. Cette cinquième édition voit l’indice agrégé progresser pour atteindre son niveau record.

Brexit and other impacts on the European Transaction Market

Investment in the European real estate market dropped significantly in Q2 2016 compared to the same quarter last year, falling by 26 percent. EUR 107.5 billion was invested in H1 2016, down by 30 percent compared to the same period in 2015.

What if procurement’s future is at the center of power?

The procurement function is under intense pressure to transform. Consequently there is a discussion about whether it will exist at all in 20 years, or if its tasks will be performed by algorithms and networked machines. If procurement is to survive, it must be reinvented – future-proofed. Is procurement destined to be the center of power or ruled by machines?