& Growth
Long term profitability remains the goal of most businesses, even as stock markets make their demands on quarterly reporting.

How can your business best take advantage of the economic developments in ASEAN to drive long term growth?

In times like this, it helps to have an independent professional point of view and to receive practical advice on commercial matters that relate to your business.

At KPMG, we go beyond theory to help you develop viable plans to support your business needs today and put you on the path to where you want to be in the future.

Clients choose us for our:
  • fresh insights to market developments and trends
  • forte in developing and implementing strategic business models, plans for growth and entry to new markets
  • ability to transform their customers’ experience
  • strength in risk, regulatory and governance practices
  • understanding of cutting-edge technology and how they can leverage technology to drive growth
  • commercial experience and technical skills to achieve operational efficiency, broaden talent and manage change.

Politics, Power, and Change: What’s Next for ASEAN
KPMG and Eurasia Group present a forward-looking analysis of the rising geopolitical risks and trends that will affect government, regulation and policy in ASEAN – and the exciting new opportunities evolving in key sectors such as financial services, infrastructure, energy, real estate.
While organisations explore the benefits associated with advancing technologies, the convergence is creating a blurring of lines between the physical and the digital, with the ability to create major disruptions to ‘work’ as we know it.
The Creative CIO’s Agenda: Six Big Bets for Digital Transformation
First joint blockchain nodes open in Singapore and Frankfurt; will identify new applications and use cases for blockchain technology.
Disruptive influences
KPMG Philippines Consumer Market Report 2017 provides a concise overview of one of the fastest-growing consumption-driven economies in the world.
Vietnam was the country with the most to gain from the TPP. Increased market access, especially to the United States, would have supported an export manufacturing boom and outsized GDP growth in what is already South East Asia’s fastest growing economy.
Growth in Asia Pacific is forecast to remain strong in the decade ahead - the IMF’s latest regional economic outlook forecasts growth of 5.3 percent during 2016-17.
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