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  • Fourth Global IFRS Banking Survey
    Conducted over a critical period in the development of IFRS 9 this annual survey provides insights into current thinking across the sector.
  • Combine super and home equity release for a more sustainable retirement: Deloitte
    Deloitte says equity release offerings such as reverse mortgages are a missed opportunity for both retirees and financial services providers as Australians need all the help they can get to fund a sustainable retirement.
  • A trillion dollar issue
    The impact of financial crime on an organisation’s brand, reputation and revenue is significant.
  • Adequacy and the Australian Superannuation System
    Despite its international acknowledgements it is still not providing Australians with sufficient funds to retire comfortably.
  • 2014-15 WA Budget Brief
    The new Western Australian Treasurer, Mike Nahan handed down a ‘no surprises’ budget on May 8, largely adopting previous government commitments on infrastructure spending and avoiding any hard decisions on revenue or expenditure.
  • Budget Monitor: The Budget balancing act
    The Federal Budget needs repair, but that doesn’t need to happen in a rush. Most of the repair should come from spending cuts, however that doesn’t mean ignoring the potential for higher taxes.
  • June 2014 Large proprietary company model financial statements
    This publication is a key tool to assist you in meeting your financial reporting obligations, particularly the preparation of the annual financial statements.
  • Investment Monitor March 2014: Engineering work steady as pipeline thins
    Growth remains solid, if below trend, and the key non-resources areas of the economy – retail spending and housing construction – are both showing encouraging signs.
  • Cybercrime is not just a tech problem
    Cybercrime is increasing in frequency, size and sophistication so technological defences alone are no longer sufficient.
  • Commercial contracting – risks and red flags
    In this article, we look at key trends in commercial contracting and highlight some of the red flags and key commercial terms which should be considered to mitigate contract risk and assist parties to realise the intended value embedded in contracts.
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