Opinion: How to run a professional services firm in Papua New Guinea

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KPMG PNG’s Managing Partner Zanie Theron has been delivering professional services in Papua New Guinea for 14 years. Here, she provides her personal take on the challenges in her sector – and the significant opportunities on offer.

People moves: Gallagher Security, KPMG Papua New Guinea

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Gallagher Security appoints a National Sales Manager for Australia and Papua New Guinea and KPMG PNG welcomes a new boss for Advisory Services.

KPMG announced as Major Sponsor of 2019 Papua New Guinea Investment Conference

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Business Advantage International has announced that KPMG will be the headline sponsor for its 2019 Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment Conference in Sydney on 19 and 20 August.

Analysis: Papua New Guinea National Budget reflects improving outlook in 2019

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The 2019 Budget reflects an improving economic outlook says Zanie Theron, KPMG’s PNG Country Managing Partner. She points to increased private investor confidence and positive signs with foreign exchange.

2019 Budget aims to broaden economy and increase expenditure and revenue

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The Treasurer, Charles Abel, has handed down the 2019 Budget, revealing a 12 per cent jump in revenues and a 9 per cent jump in expenditures. He announced changes to the income tax threshold, and an increase in capital expenditure.

The key factor Papua New Guinea’s banks and super funds look for before they will invest in your business

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To get investment into Papua New Guinea businesses, sound governance is essential. That was the view expressed by super fund managers, bankers and advisers at Business Advantage’s Investment conference in Brisbane.

Companies investing locally this year but will switch to starting up new operations next year, according to round table

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Companies are reducing the size of the businesses, now using excess capital to acquire domestically but may be switching to starting up operations next year. They were some of the observations in a round table discussion on Papua New Guinea’s investment environment at the Business Advantage Invest Forum in Brisbane.

People moves: United Nations, KPMG

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A new Country Representative for the UN in PNG, Senior Taxation appointment at KPMG

Papua New Guinea’s 2018 Budget signals a shift away from dependence on the resources sector

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The Papua New Guinea government has handed down its 2018 Budget. It indicates that the government is looking to focus more on the non-mining sectors of the economy.

Tax amnesty relief for business in Papua New Guinea

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The Commissioner-General of the Internal Revenue Commission (IRC), Betty Palaso, has announced a temporary tax amnesty for business in Papua New Guinea. Penalties that would normally be imposed by the IRC on late lodgement of annual tax returns and late payments will not be applied for the rest of 2017.