Still searching for a better customer experience: KPMG global study of the mobile telecommunications market
December 6, 2017
Bold Magvan, XacBank, Mongolia: “Kompanion makes a huge contribution to environmental protection.”
December 5, 2017
Meet new IBC members
December 4, 2017
How to comply with international anti-corruption requirements
November 30, 2017
Kalikova & Associates: Taxation and customs, Electricity, Mining
November 28, 2017
Bai Tushum Bank made lending to small, medium and corporate businesses even more convenient and affordable
November 24, 2017
IBC Executive Director spoke at the regional conference in Seoul
November 20, 2017
Tea Time Viennese
November 13, 2017
Jannat Hotels&Resorts invites for an open workshop about Georgia
November 9, 2017
KPMG International again named leader in information security consulting services by Forrester Research Inc.
November 2, 2017
Kompanion Bank held the 12th annual Apple Festival
November 2, 2017
The Taza Koom Project and recent changes to Kyrgyz data protection law
As part of the Taza Koom project - a national, high-tech programme focusing on the use of information technology for public services and businesses - the Government of Kyrgyzstan has taken steps to introduce substantial amendments to the regulation of personal data.
Methods of Securing Transactions for Project Financing
Currently, many financial institutions, involved in project financing in the Kyrgyz Republic, are interested in refundability of their investments. In respect thereof, questions on the legal ways to ensure the investments refundability arise.
Specific employment regulations for senior executives in limited liability and joint-stock companies in the Kyrgyz Republic
Senior executives in a limited liability or joint stock company (the "company") refer to a category of employees with special managerial status who are subject to specific requirements and conditions upon hire. Consequently, an employment agreement with a senior executive must be tailored to suit specific needs of such status and, like any employment agreement, must equally protect the senior executive as the employee and the company as the employer.
Changes to the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Personal Information”
The development of the legislation in the field of protection of personal information in the Kyrgyz Republic has started relatively recently. On April 14, 2008, the Kyrgyz Republic adopted Law No. 58 “On Personal Information” (hereinafter the “Law 2008”), aimed to strengthen the state policy in the field of personal data management, as well as to protect the rights and freedoms of people whose personal data are being collected, processed and used.
CEOs around the world expect an increase in tax rates in the next three years
KPMG interviewed over a thousand business leaders from corporations in Europe, America and Asia to know their opinion about key economic issues. The Global CEO Outlook 2017 includes leader’s opinions from 11 industries – from automotive industry to retail and pharmacy.