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Leap Automation has been announced as the Scottish champion of KPMG's annual UK Tech Innovator competition, which shines a spotlight on the game changers, difference makers and tech titans of tomorrow. The Aberdeen-based business won for its ground-breaking use of artificial intelligence (AI) and ma

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Last Friday marked the commencement of KPMG's annual 'Big Walks' initiative, with nearly 300 Scottish colleagues participating to raise funds for charity partner Marie Curie. KPMG employees in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow joined 4,000 colleagues nationwide on one of ten walks scheduled between 1

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Recent research from KPMG reveals considerable hesitation among Scottish consumers regarding the use of artificial intelligence. The study discovered that 82% of Scots have reservations or face challenges that deter them from using AI.

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Venture capital (VC) investment in Scottish businesses has dropped significantly in terms of value and volume in Q1 2023, with only 14 deals having raised around £70 million, the lowest for an opening quarter since 2020, according to KPMG UK's Venture Pulse Report. This slump is attribute

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has fined KPMG and its audit engagement partner Anthony Sykes £1.75 million and £75,000 respectively for failures in relation to its audit of the financial statements of TheWorks.co.uk plc. The Executive Counsel of the FRC has issued a Final Settleme

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KPMG has launched its 10th annual search for the UK's most promising tech innovators. The competition, Tech Innovator in the UK 2023, has previously spotlighted companies such as What3Words, SafetoNet, FIDOTech, and 2022 winner HiiROC, who later triumphed in the global final at Web Summit.

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has handed out a fine of £1.3 million to KPMG and its former employee Stuart Peter James Smith for audit failings, after it concluded its investigation into the statutory audit of Luceco Plc's financial statements for the financial year ended 31

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KPMG UK has announced that Paula Holland will take on the leadership of its Aberdeen office, as Martin Findlay retires following 31 years with the professional services firm. Ms Holland will take up the post of office senior partner from 3 April, leading 125 colleagues in the city. Ms Holl

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