Chevron’s loss of an appeal in the Full Federal Court is arguably the biggest transfer pricing case won by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) according to global tax and advisory firm BDO. Zara Ritchie, Global […]
Australian HR practitioners and senior executives are in danger of losing their ability to manage their workforce cost-effectively according to David Brown, Leader of the Deloitte Human Capital Consulting Practice. Reviewing the Australian cut of […]
Steady progress continues to be made in OECD countries towards greater female economic empowerment, but the gender pay gap continues to be a major issue with the average OECD woman still earning 15 per cent […]
The established conventional wisdom is that organisations like to see competitor organisations in trouble, especially if a product or service failure in the competitor may result in more market share for one’s own offerings. Samsung’s […]
The Editors CPA Australia Ltd. is an unlisted company limited by guarantee. Issues with regards to its governance were first raised in articles in the Rear Window Section of the Australian Financial Review (AFR), and […]
In February 2017, the 26th CMA Workshop Program was conducted by Professor Janek Ratnatunga at the Kingsbury Hotel in Colombo Sri Lanka. The program is offered exclusively by the Academy of Finance, in Sri Lanka. Over […]
Mr. Long Phan, CMA, ICMA’s Regional Director in Vietnam participated in the Vietnam Accounting Association (VICA) conference as a speaker. The topic was Strategic Management Accounting and Introduction of CMA Australia.