Australia has long been labelled ‘the lucky country’ or the ‘wonder from down under’, having experienced a record 27 years of uninterrupted annual economic growth between June 1991 and June 2018. Our winning streak is unmatched among developed economies, spurring years of international investment […]
IBAC’s public hearings into Victoria Police practices when taking witness statements has heard testimony that improper practices had occurred and may still be occurring. The hearings focused on Victoria Police’s witness statement taking practices and […]
The Banking Royal Commission has raised questions about the role of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, writes Professor Jason Harris, specialist in corporate law at the University of Sydney Law School. The Banking Royal […]
Global research by Deloitte explores C-suite views on readiness for the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) Australian business more likely to invest in disruptive technology A quarter of Australian business leaders see positive social […]
RMIT’S School of Accounting has teamed up with industry and the accounting profession to build a “serious game” where users will earn a micro-credential upon completion. The game was developed in response to the revised and restructured International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, released by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) in April 2018.
The Code will be effective from 15 June 2019, with accountants globally required to comply with it after this date.
The innovative serious game is a uniquely designed digital simulation, intended for players at any stage of their professional career. […]
Announcing its focus areas for 31 December 2018 financial reports of listed entities and other entities of public interest with many stakeholders, ASIC has called on companies to focus on new requirements that can materially […]
The ATO has released advice that details our concerns about multinational taxpayers inappropriately pricing goods in their supply chains or mis-characterising intangible assets, with the ultimate effect of understating profits in Australia. Deputy Commissioner Mark […]