After nearly three years of battling COVID-19, things are finally returning to normal.

But post-pandemic normalcy does not signal a return to business as usual. A complex constellation of challenges, from geopolitical tensions and economic uncertainties to the looming climate crisis, is clouding rapid global recovery.

Still, there is a silver lining for those daring enough to seize opportunities.

Amid the global push towards decarbonisation, Singapore is well-positioned to become a regional leader in green finance and carbon services. As economic competition and pressures heat up globally, it can further build competitive advantage by continuing to invest in and balance talent capabilities for the future with inclusive growth.  

In moving ahead towards new paths of lasting prosperity, Singapore must continue to be an attractive place for top talent, fresh business ideas and new technologies.

KPMG in Singapore has put forth a three-pillar framework for how the nation can come together to chart a path towards a lasting future — one in which everyone has a stake and role to play.

Check out our main Singapore Budget 2023 page for more insights and commentaries from this year's Budget.

Powering sustainability

The City in Nature, a planet in recovery

Opening doors to opportunity

Building talent and social compact in tandem

Strength in adversity

Resilience through relevance

Event: KPMG Singapore Budget 2023 Technical Seminar

KPMG in Singapore will be sharing insights and perspectives on how this year’s Budget will affect businesses like yours at our Budget 2023 Technical Seminar on Tuesday, 28 February 2023, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.


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Budget Preview 2023 by KPMG

Stay ahead with key Budget insights and conversations. Tune in to MONEY FM 89.3 as our leaders share recommendations and what to expect for 2023 and beyond.