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 survey highlights tax consistency as key to driving investment growth in Asia Pacific
Deloitte released its 2014 Asia Pacific Tax Complexity Survey Report today, which highlights key tax trends facing businesses operating in the region.
Deloitte comments on Heartbleed bug
Peter Allwood, Senior Manager at Deloitte, says: “It is impossible to determine how long the Heartbleed bug has been known by potential attackers.
7 Deloitte experts assess Expo 2020 economic impact spillover
Deloitte experts believe that Expo 2020 will be a major “game changer for Dubai”.
Cross-border investments between Greater China and BRICS set to rise in 2012
The creation of closer economic ties between BRICS will most likely result in further cross-border M&A deals being driven by Greater Chinese companies into the four other BRICS economies in 2012.
Consistency the key for the South Island Index
The first quarter of the 2014 calendar year kicked off on a positive note with the Deloitte South Island Index continuing its run of successive positive quarters to seven.
Deloitte and Penbridge Advisors Enter into Strategic Alliance for Pension Risk Transfer Advisory Services
Deloitte and Penbridge Advisors have established a strategic alliance to provide corporate sponsors of U.S. defined benefit pension plans with essential pension risk transfer (PRT) advisory services.
Hope prevails amidst challenging times for Indian CFOs (15 April, 2014)
• More than two-thirds (68%) CFOs continue to be positive and hopeful about the future
• From an industry perspective, over 50% CFOs are finding it difficult to achieve and sustain market growth
Deloitte India releases its Annual Compensation & Benefits Trends Survey India, 2014 (14, April 2014)
• The average salary increment across sectors is projected at 10.3% this year
• FY2013 average voluntary attrition rate across sectors lower at 13.4%
• Better career prospects, pay opportunities and personal reasons top