Issue 16, June 2011
Welcome to the sixteenth edition of Private Matters
Investors, businesses and wealth builders need to be wary at the moment advises the Switzer Market Review this month, while David Pring takes us for a longer look at the recent budget and his expectations for the October tax summit.
Austin Scott delivers his June 2011 market observations, Asad Ansari reports on the progress of the Board of Taxation recommendations on Islamic finance and National Leader David Murray discusses the best approaches to a high Australian dollar.
Also summed up in this issue is the new Deloitte White Paper on CFOs and their role in managing strategic risk.
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Private Matters, Issue 16
|The Switzer Market Review
Volatile markets spook wary businesses. Read more
|Economic substance the key to Islamic financial facilitation
Deloitte Private Director Asad Ansari is part of a Board of Taxation review of Islamic Finances due to report within the month. Read more
|Deloitte report flags greater risk role for CFO
The role of the contemporary CFO includes having a view on strategic risks facing their organisation, regardless of whether a Chief Risk Officer is in place or not. Read more
|Budget 2011: looking back and thinking ahead
David Pring reflects on the budget and the possibilities of the October taxation summit. Read more
|The importance of a one cent movement
Businesses must better understand any movement in the dollar and plan accordingly. Read more
|June 2011 Market Observations
Austin Scott’s market observations aim to give a better sense of how to navigate the economic landscape. Read more