Op deze site kunnen acroniemen worden gebruikt als afkortingen voor namen van organisaties, titels, instanties, initiatieven, bedrijfsmethodologieën etc. Deze pagina biedt begripsomschrijvingen die wellicht handig zijn:
- Audit related services
- Enterprise 2.0
- Estate agent/realtor
- Euro I
- Euro IV exhaust emission standards
- Euro V
- EVM project management software
- Four dimensions of business change, the
- HAZMAT legislation
- KPMG ENR Tax Masterclass training program
- KPMG Financial Services Global Client Program
- KPMG IFRG
- Prospective reporting
- US Basel II
KPMG established the Audit Committee Institute (ACI) to help audit committee members keep pace with business issues relating to governance, audit, accounting and financial reporting. Since its inception in 1999, KPMG member firms have launched ACIs in 20 countries.
Enterprise social software (E2.0). The use of an entire suite of emergent technologies — wikis, blogs, tagging, and social networking tools — both inside companies and between companies and the outside world.
EU Emissions Trading Scheme. Launched in January 2005 with mandatory GHG (green house gas) emission controls for industrial activities from 1 January 2005. Currently focusing on activities including the production and the manufacture of ferrous metals, pulp and paper, the scope of the scheme is expected to be widened to include other GHG emissions and industrial activities from January 2008.
KPMG ENR Tax Masterclass training program
The Masterclass training program is a cooperative approach to learning. Built around case study workgroups, over the course of two days, the workgroups and the client work together discussing client issues, brainstorming possible solutions, and cultivating a client/KPMG network.
KPMG Financial Services Global Client Program
Through the Global Client Program Financial Services coordinates global service delivery, to clients aligning their line of business, functions and regional needs.
Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals. European Union (EU) directive which came into effect on June 1, 2007 and requires chemical manufacturers and importers in the EU to prove the safety of their products.