Digital future for health management

Digital future for health management

Digital healthcare is being touted as the main route towards improving care and also lowering costs. Managing director and national head of Healthcare Luke Treloar and Vo Thi Kim Ngan, associate director at KPMG’s Global Strategy Group, share their thoughts on the beneficiaries of digital health transformation and how ready the policies in Vietnam are on this issue.
IFRS 9 for banks set to be the way forward

IFRS 9 for banks set to be the way forward

The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Roadmap in Vietnam was officially announced in Decision No.345/QD-BTC in March by the Ministry of Finance. Against the mandate by the ministry and economic distress caused by COVID-19, KPMG now views the application of IFRS to be more challenging than anticipated as banks in Vietnam plan forward to embrace IFRS 9.
Vietnam stands to benefit from new OECD tax rules

Vietnam stands to benefit from new OECD tax rules

The OECD and the G20 released a new blueprint for taxing the digital economy, which would allow countries like Vietnam to tax elusive multinational enterprises.
KPMG achieves top ranking in annual Best Place To Work survey

KPMG achieves top ranking in annual Best Place To Work survey

KPMG in Vietnam has for the fifth consecutive year been ranked first amongst the Big Four in the annual Vietnam Best Places to Work survey.
Talent and corporate responsibility top the list of CEO concerns amid COVID-19

Talent and corporate responsibility top the list of CEO concerns amid COVID-19

The most influential CEOs have identified talent risk as one of the most significant challenges to growth and are examining their wider societal contributions.
KPMG and Sanofi release frst bespoke discussion paper on self-care in Vietnam

KPMG and Sanofi release frst bespoke discussion paper on self-care in Vietnam

KPMG and Sanofi organised an e-conference introducing the first bespoke discussion paper on self-care in Vietnam.
Formulating tax laws for modern international trends

Formulating tax laws for modern international trends

Tax laws must evolve and adapt to new circumstances to pay for the provision of government goods and services as well as the infrastructure we rely upon. 
Managing tax deductibility of intercompany expenses

Managing tax deductibility of intercompany expenses 1

The deductibility of intercompany expenses involving “non-tangible” goods transactions continues to be an area of focus by the tax authorities, particularly those expenses for payments relating to intellectual property or provision of services.
SABECO rolls out digital transformation project SABECO 4.0

SABECO rolls out digital transformation project SABECO 4.0

Vietnam’s leading brewer SABECO has announced the launch of its digital transformation project dubbed SABECO 4.0 during a contract signing ceremony with KPMG.
KPMG Vietnam and community partners stage laptop donation for school children in need

KPMG Vietnam and community partners stage laptop donation for school children in need

KPMG and its partners in Vietnam delivered the first 50 laptops donated by its staff in Vietnam to help disadvantaged school children pursue e-learning.
A customer-first approach during unprecedented times

A customer-first approach during unprecedented times

COVID-19 has turned everyday life upside down. With the situation changing daily, businesses must act with integrity and empathy to navigate the current challenges and retain their customers when the crisis ends.
Key changes in new Labour Code to provide more clarification and rights

Key changes in new Labour Code to provide more clarification and rights

The new Labour Code No.45/2019/QH14 was passed by the National Assembly last November and will come into effect from January 2021, introducing some fundamental changes to the employer-employee relationship, particularly in respect of collective bargaining and corporate-level trade unions. Richard Stapley-Oh, KPMG partner, head of legal, provides a snapshot on some key changes in the new Labour Code.
Stress test – Necessary exercise to prepare for COVID-19 impacts

Stress test – Necessary exercise to prepare for COVID-19 impacts

The impacts of COVID-19 are gradually appearing in many economies as the disease rapidly spreads across the globe
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