UAE-based institutions will begin by collaborating with ADGM to identify a specific business problem that can be resolved through the use of financial technology.
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UAE ranks among top nations set for driverless future
The UAE has been ranked among the top 10 countries in the world when it comes to readiness to accommodate driverless vehicles.
KPMG Kuwait to accept payments in bitcoins
KPMG, a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax, and advisory services, has announced that its office in Kuwait will now accept payments in bitcoins for a wide range of consulting services.
ADGM and KPMG launch fintech innovation challenge
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) and KPMG have come together to launch the first ever FinTech Abu Dhabi Innovation Challenge on 22 October 2017 in Abu Dhabi to enable start-ups to access industry-leading solutions that may help entities address emerging business challenges in …
Transformation Talk | Weekly news roundup 20.07.17
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KPMG: UAE third most prepared for change in the world
The United Arab Emirates is most prepared for change among the Middle East and North African (MENA) countries, and the …
BT and KPMG warn against cyber-traps
In the wake of high-profile global ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and Petya, BT and KPMG have today published a …
KPMG: Blockchain tech to improve efficiency in finance sector
Blockchain technologies can create compelling efficiencies and meaningfully reduce reconciliations and errors, according to Eamonn Maguire, the global lead for KPMG’s blockchain practice.
Dubai Data: Open data worth 10.4 billion AED annually
Dubai Data has released findings from the ‘Dubai Data Economic Impact Report’, which estimates that the opening and sharing of …
KPMG: Large firms struggle to grapple with big data
A KPMG study reveals that less than ten percent of businesses believe they are in a position to make use of the information they have on customer preferences, behaviour and demands.