In this second newsletter this month, we talk about how companies can start to understand how best to capture, store, retain and leverage their data, in order to understand the story their data wants to tell them. We also discuss the top geopolitical risks FY2022-23 and what they could mean for businesses. Also, the recent IMF visit to PNG to collect economic and financial information resulted in their assessment report being published this month and is an interesting read. We provide an update on the IPA’s progress against their 2021 to 2023 strategic plan, on the moratorium for PR visa holders and finally remind companies that 31 July is the deadline for non-taxable returns for companies with a 31 December year-end.
KPMG in PNG has dedicated in-house specialists in all the following areas: internal audit/risk, visa migration, corporate finance, management consulting, IT advisory, fraud investigation as well as tax and assurance. As such we are well placed to provide a truly multi-disciplined approach to business advisory.
In this Month's Kundu
What does your data want to say to you?
Data, when used correctly, can speak to you in powerful ways. Most organisations sit on mountains of data. It is not until organisations start to understand how best to capture, store, retain and leverage their data that they will be able to understand the story their data wants to tell them
Other topics covered include:
- Top geopolitical risks FY2022-23: What do they mean for businesses?
- IMF Update
- IPA updates
- Tax deadlines
- Moratorium on PNG PR visa holders
Please enjoy this month’s Kundu and reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to see KPMG cover specific topics in future editions