Data has become the lifeblood of modern business but it is also the new currency in security, and the prime focus of criminals and threat actors
One of the best recommendations in the Productivity Commission (PC) draft report on the superannuation industry was the backing the PC gave to making permanent the current temporary (until 1 July 2020) tax rollover relief for fund mergers and transfer events.
Australia remains a magnet for Chinese investment – but the 2017 annual figures have fallen materially and we need to be careful that current tensions do not lead to ongoing…
The last month was significant for Australia’s boards – both positively and negatively.
For many employers, complying with complex superannuation rules is an enormous challenge and despite best intentions, there are occasional errors.
The “insolvency” zone: a D2D score <1 Default risk (or insolvency) is the uncertainty surrounding a company’s ability to service its debt as and when it falls due. Prior to…
We tend to associate queues with people. If we spot a line of people, we see a queue. But a logistics mindset sees queues everywhere.
For many Aboriginal people this year’s Reconciliation Week theme of ‘Don’t keep history a mystery’ will allow them to exhale and release so many stories embedded into their existence.
After 25 years, superannuation was due a landmark critical analysis – and the Productivity Commission’s draft report out yesterday certainly has not disappointed in that respect.It has spotlighted many important issues I would endorse.
Learning Australian history in a classroom is one thing, but hearing the stories of the oldest continuous surviving culture in the world is entirely another.