Issue 13, March 2011
Welcome to the 13th edition of Private Matters
It’s a difficult international environment as this issue is published and Peter Switzer takes a considered look at the effect of world events on our markets.
Three wise Deloitte Private outsourcing experts tell of the knowledge and resources that outsourcing can bring to your business; our Deloitte motor industry colleagues report from their annual road trip on the latest industry overview; and there are tips for family and closely-held businesses on how to face the issues of succession.The Deloitte /Ai National CEO Survey for 2011 is released with an improving forecast and some advice on how to enhance business opportunities.
Deloitte Private has strong local knowledge as well as access to global networks to help us best advise and service Australian private business. We hope you find these exclusive articles useful to your business this year.
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Private Matters, Issue 13
|International events spook markets: Peter Switzer’s Market Review
Last month, Egypt was spooking investors around the globe. This month, problems in Libya and Bahrain are threatening the global economic recovery and financial markets because of those countries’ connections to oil supplies. Read more
|Outsourcing: providing that extra expertise and talent
It may not be easy for established companies to accept any obvious advantages from outsourcing. Commonly stated reasons against outsourcing are predictable but firmly held nonetheless. Read more
|Benchmarking for success in the motor industry
End of summer and early autumn is the cooled down time of year when Deloitte Motor Industry Services releases its always anticipated Industry Overview. And the dealerships want to hear how the industry is doing overall in the present economic climate. Read more
|CEOs see way forward in Ai Group/Deloitte survey
Also summarised in the Switzer Market Review in this issue of Private Matters, The Ai Group/Deloitte National CEO Survey has been released with a forecast of improving conditions for business, albeit patchy in place. Read more
|Succession planning: where to get started
Successful succession planning ¬ – an apparently obvious business preparation for family-owned or closely-held companies – has in fact become more complex as the number of necessary financial, corporate and personal issues involving business succession grows with the passing years. Read more
|Let Deloitte help you prepare for tax review
The ATO has announced recently that it intends to conduct up to 5000 employer obligation reviews in the next 12 months, focusing on Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT), PAYG withholding and superannuation guarantee.Read more