An inconvenient truth: Companies are struggling with technology in audit

How well companies implement technology in audit depends upon how well they’ve dealt with the basics. And more often than not, there’s still a lot of work to be done. What should you consider before moving forward with technology in audit?
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Challenges and questions on the start-up journey

Start-up entrepreneurs transform new ideas into thriving companies. But they face significant challenges on their journey from market newbie to mature player. We explore some of the main questions founders should be asking at four key stages in the business lifecycle.
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Schweizer Familienunternehmen setzen auf Innovation und Recruiting

Das aktuelle European Family Business Barometer zeigt für die Schweizer Familienunternehmen eine aussichtsreiche Entwicklung: Die Hälfte der Studienteilnehmer blickt den kommenden zwölf Monaten positiv oder sogar sehr positiv entgegen.

LIBOR phaseout: What is the impact on Swiss companies?

The LIBOR will be replaced by risk-free reference interest rates by 2021. Swiss companies will have to analyze the impact in order to make a successful transition.
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Swiss public will vote on Tax Reform

On 19 May 2019, the Swiss public will vote on the Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF). By 17 January 2019, various referendum committees have submitted more than the necessary 50,000 signatures against the law.
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Deal-making maintains Switzerland’s global relevance

Merger and acquisition activity among Swiss companies and investors hit a record high in 2018, paving the way to a record-breaking year in the M&A business. Get an industry-by-industry look at last year’s M&A deals and outlook for 2019. Read KPMG Switzerland’s Clarity on M&A.
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