Welcome to the December 2012 issue of Private Matters.
As we head towards the back-end of 2012, the Switzer Market Review says that some early end-of-year gifts may herald a ‘Santa Claus rally’.
Giam Swiegers, CEO, Deloitte Australia confirms there are significant digital threats and opportunities for both business and government according to the latest in the Deloitte ‘Lucky Country’ series.
Also in this issue, Increased blurring of the boundaries between for-profit and not-for-profit organisations is advocated by Deloitte’s not-for-profit specialist, Tharani Jegatheeswaran; and Deloitte Partner, Damon Cantwell, says a hard conversation has to take place between government and an industry under pressure, i.e. automotive parts manufacturing.
Whether you are a current landowner or developer with no existing landholdings, Deloitte Private Partner Robert Nguyen has words of warning about recent Victorian landholder duty reforms; and according to another major international report from Deloitte, the movement towards globally integrated operating models is shaping up as one of the key trends in Human Resources (HR).
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 and next.
|Private Matters | December 2012
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