Startups and their growing focus on overseas listing
By Ankit Mohan, Director – Deal Advisory - M&A Tax, KPMG in India and Sidharth Tewari, Director – Advisory Management, KPMG in India
(4 min read)
The year 2021 was a watershed year for the Indian startup ecosystem with several unicorns getting listed on the Indian stock exchanges and related PEs/VCs making partial exits with handsome returns. While the Indian listings have been successful for most of these, few unlisted Indian unicorns, who are ready for public listing are keen to explore the possibility of listing in overseas bourses.
Ease of doing business 2.0
By Mohit Bhasin, Partner and Global Co-lead – Economic Growth Network, KPMG in India
(5 min read)
The world is watching India on its progressive journey towards becoming Atmanirbhar Bharat, as it pushes towards self-reliance as a manufacturing and export hub. To translate this vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat into reality, it is critical to create the right base and restructure the regulatory environment for businesses and citizens alike.
Using AI-backed data to generate business opportunities
By Sachin Arora, Partner and Head – KPMG Lighthouse the Global Center of Excellence for Data, AI & Emerging Technologies, KPMG in India; Anuj Kumar, Director - Digital Lighthouse, KPMG in India and Vidyashankar Kumar, Technical Director – Digital Lighthouse, KPMG in India
(7 min read)
Business leaders are increasingly looking at AI to augment their key business decisions, helping them through critical and high impact moments of truth. Now is the time for originations to work towards unlocking the value of AI to accelerate their growth strategy.
Real estate sector is on track to pre-crisis levels
By Neeraj Bansal, COO – India Global, National Leader – Supply Chain Re-alignment, KPMG in India
(5 min read)
During the final quarter of 2021, global sentiment in real estate remained optimistic, with many segments starting to display signs of a demand recovery. As a key contributor to APAC’s growth story, India stands to benefit from global investors’ bullish view of the region. Overall, the real estate sector has shown increased immunity to uncertainty and is on track to reach its pre-pandemic levels.
How are organisations leveraging smart physical security technologies?
By Jagvinder S. Brar, Partner and Head – Forensic Services, KPMG in India and Mitun Bhattacharjee, Director – Forensic Services, KPMG in India
(4 min read)
Physical security is an integral part of the overall risk management strategy of any business enterprise. A comprehensive look at the right mix of technology, manpower, processes, and command structures can help in making the structure of physical security more efficient, reliable, and cost effective.