What is the most important factor to the success of a complex technology transformation programme? Nguyen Thi Tram Anh, Director of IT Advisory at KPMG in Vietnam, shares KPMG's Technology Implementation Methodology and more on what that key factor is.
KPMG 2021 CEO Outlook
Optimism is back in the boardroom. It’s been about 18 months since the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic, and the latest edition of our CEO Outlook survey gauges how leadership strategies and concerns have shifted during these demanding times.
The impact of semiconductor chips shortages in Vietnam
The semiconductor chip shortage, a deteriorating supply chain issue affecting businesses all across the world, shows no signs of abating anytime soon. Meir Tlebalde, Associate Director and Head of Real Estate M&A, Deal Advisory explained about the impact for Vietnam.
On 1 July 2021, in a historic agreement, 130 countries approved a statement providing a framework for reform of the international tax rules. Learn more about the statements covered in the agreement in this article.
IFRS - Is it the responsibility of only accountants? (VN article)
The difference between VAS and IFRS is expanding and creating numerous conflicts for companies. What are the benefits of IFRS adoption and what is the framework in Vietnam?
The on-demand economy is accelerating the speed of transformation all over the world. What is it and how have businesses adapted to the emerging market demands?
Concentrating on the practical, up-to-date guidance on financial reporting and legal requirements for your consideration.
On 9 September 2021, the Government issued Resolution No. 105/NQ-CP. As part of the Resolution, the Government ordered the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs to ease regulations on the issue and extension of work permits for foreign labour in Vietnam.
Vietnam at a glance
Overview of key economic trends and financial regulations that influence the landscape in Vietnam.
The practical application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), including IAS 36 – Depreciation of Assets, in practice still has many problems and challenges.
During the period when the economy was severely affected by the pandemic, the value of assets of the enterprise reflected in the Financial Statements was prepared in accordance with Vietnamese Accounting Standards and in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards. (IFRS) will make a huge difference.
This lesson provides more details on how the adoption of IFRS to wages and benefits paid to employees can make a significant difference in the business results and financial position of an enterprise.
Macroenvironment & Statistics
In general, Vietnam promulgates a principle to treat local and foreign investor equally. However, at national privilege, Vietnam still restricts market entry of foreign investment in some...
Recent years observed the international economic integration through the participation into many free trade agreements/ communities such as the WTO, CPTPP, EVFTA, and UK-Vietnam FTA...
Sector & Industry
The COVID-19 pandemic may mean that common working capital warning signs flare up earlier. Companies should monitor internal metrics and business partner performance for red flags, and prepare a list of contingency options....
SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) is a vast messaging network used by banks and other financial institutions to quickly, accurately, and securely send/receive...
Over the past two decades, Vietnam has achieved laudable improvements in key quality of life metrics such as life expectancy, infant mortality, and access to affordable medicines...
In recent years, customer experience has become one of the key factors for a company’s success. More companies in Vietnam have realized the importance of customer experience...
The infrastructure sector has been an unsung hero of the COVID-19 crisis. Despite the complete disruption to how our economies operate and how we live our lives...
The IFRS Roadmap in Vietnam was officially announced in Decision No.345/QD-BTC on 16 March 2020 by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), a year after introduction of the draft version. Against the mandate by the MoF...
Updating the latest tax audit trends and changes in 2021.
Our slides from the 2020 Tax and Legal Institute
Ms Le Thi Kieu Nga
Partner, Corporate Tax
Mr Ta Hong Thai
Partner, Corporate Tax