Risk &
With open markets, there is greater connectedness but risks get amplified and become more complex. The rigorous onshore and offshore regulations governing a company’s business activities also increase considerably. In such environments, when risks occur, the damage can be costly and time consuming to repair. In some cases, it can destroy the business.

As the risk and regulatory climate is ever evolving, decision makers will need access to information and expertise to help them keep up with the change. With a clientele that spans industries and the globe, we understand the issues and challenges your industry faces. We stay on top of political and legislative changes as well as economic developments so that you have access to the information you need to make timely decisions. Tapping into the combined knowledge of our network of professionals, we will help you navigate the risk and regulatory web.

Clients choose us for our:
  • understanding of risk and regulatory developments and the impact on their business
  • ability to engage policy makers and regulators to present an industry perspective
  • familiarity with risk frameworks
  • skills to guide them in achieving a balance between managing risks and seizing opportunities.

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.
As the foreign ownership cap gets lifted, Vietnamese banks can attract significant overseas capital if bad debts are tackled and lenders adopt Basel II standards. Tran Dinh Vinh, partner and head of Financial Services at KPMG, shared his thoughts on the matter with Vietnam Investment Review’s Nam Phuong.
OVER the last few years, foreign investment into Myanmar had been steadily increasing with FDI hitting US$8.1 billion (Bt282 billion) in fiscal year ended 31 March 2015.

AN ISSUE that foreign investors often struggle with in Myanmar is the inability to import and sell their products directly.
With the UK’s decision to leave the European Union—the “Brexit”—a question for businesses in Asia is what will be the effect on free trade agreements between countries in Asia and the EU.
General tax update for financial institutions in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam
Our Offices
Country Site
   - Cambodia
   - Indonesia
   - Malaysia
   - Myanmar
   - Philippines
   - Singapore
   - Thailand
   - Vietnam
© 2016 KPMG Services Pte. Ltd. (Registration No: 200003956G), a Singapore incorporated company and a member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative ("KPMG International"), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved.