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Jeff Payne, PhD, the KPMG Professor in the Von Allmen School of Accountancy at the University of Kentucky, will be the 2019 KPMG James Marwick Professor-In-Residence.
Jackie Daylor says the program positions the participants and the firm to drive audit quality from the front lines of technological change.
Many companies still have significant work to do, says Scott Muir, and for some the time needed to meet the new requirements will exceed their expectations.
Lynne Doughtie says her addition as an independent director is an important step in the firm’s evolution and good for the profession as a whole.
"Training programs must incorporate technology," says KPMG's Susan St. Amant, "and be customized to an individual's needs.”
Internal controls over financial reporting and cyber security risks are growing concerns.
Thousands of newly minted U.S. accounting graduates will become auditors this year. We welcome them to a profession full of promise.
Financial reporting executives must embrace technological disruption if they want to remain competitive
Timely implementation of the new standard will be key to a quality audit.
Camille Asaro says bold new programs are engaging and inspiring women, but more needs to be done throughout the Industry.
KPMG joins accounting firms nationwide to celebrate the auditing profession.
Lynne Doughtie, Laura Newinski, Carl Carande and Shaun Budnik deliver inspiring words to graduates across the country.
Tony Hubbard says software solutions can take the complexity out of meeting this requirement.
News & perspectives team
Director, Corporate Communications, KPMG (US)