Chief Financial Officers more hungry for risk
The Q1 2014, Deloitte Quarterly survey of Chief Financial Officers of listed Australian companies reflects a strengthening outlook, with net 36 per cent of CFOs feeling more optimistic than they did three months ago.
ATO confirms powers to reconstruct “commercially unrealistic” transactions
The ATO has issued its first tranche of guidance on the application of transfer pricing rules which became law from 1 July 2013. The rules were a response to difficulties faced by the ATO in challenging transfer pricing cases.
Deloitte breaks through a $ billion
Professional services firm Deloitte Australia has broken through a billion dollars after announcing today annual revenues of just over $1.1B for the year ending May 31 2012.
Australia ranked world’s 10th most socially advanced country
Social Progress Index launched to enable better understanding of worldwide progress and growth.
Wearables identified as reshaping how work is done: Deloitte Tech Trends 2014 report
According to Deloitte Australia’s Tech trends 2014 report, on-body computing devices are ready for business. Wearable computing has many forms such as glasses, watches, smart badges, and bracelets.
Building a connected workforce: Move into operations to present challenges for oil and gas operators
With tens of thousands of people set to join Australia’s resources operations in coming years, larger headcounts across both employees and contractors mean new logistical challenges in training and sustaining an effective workforce.
Managing the wave of gas investment – Australia needs to lead and learn
Successfully managing the development and execution of Australia’s mega gas projects infrastructure will require a strong focus on innovation and best industry practice.
Cloud technology increases efficiencies for entrepreneurs
Businesses and entrepreneurs are benefiting from cloud technologies which give them a real-time view of their financial performance and position and enable them to identify potential risks and opportunities quicker than ever before.
Not for Profits will play a significant role in Australia’s growth areas
The Not for Profit sector will need to play a vital role in maximising Australia’s future growth opportunities, as highlighted in new research from Deloitte, Positioning for Prosperity? Catching the next wave.
Harper appointed to chair Competition Policy Review
Professor Ian Harper, Deloitte Access Economics, today welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement of the terms of reference for its review of competition policy, and his appointment as the Chair of an independent expert review panel.