Peter Nash

Peter Nash

Special Advisor and Former Chair KPMG Australia

Articles by Peter Nash

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Reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians: Let’s take the next steps

Saturday marked the start of National Reconciliation Week. This year the bookends are significant anniversaries of milestone events in the reconciliation journey. Peter Nash, KPMG chairman shares his vision for a reconciled Australia.

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A reconciled Australia: Our Indigenous peoples understood, recognised and respected

At KPMG, our vision for every Indigenous Australian is equal opportunity to live and plan a positive future for themselves, their families and communities.

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Igniting the Indigenous economy: a better way forward for Indigenous peoples

The dignity of employment and access to entrepreneurial opportunity are as important to Indigenous Australians as non-Indigenous Australians.

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Garma Festival: still much to be achieved in empowering Indigenous Australians

There’s nothing quite like flying into Gove Airport at Nhulunbuy in East Arnhem Land, a remote and fascinating part of the Northern Territory, and the location for the Garma Festival.…

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Business & Economy

This Brave New World Requires Courage

There is a new global economic environment arising from a more difficult politics. The very heart of the European project – pooling sovereignty for growth – has been wounded.

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“Ours” not “theirs” is the thinking we need on the journey towards reconciliation

Reconciliation Week begins today. It’s 25 years since the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR) was established and in February this year, Reconciliation Australia issued a significant and important report, The…

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Business & Economy

Growth imperative seen as vital by CEOs in an increasingly complex global environment

Driving growth and delivering value are familiar concepts to Australian ASX-listed CEOs and other corporate leaders. As the complexity of business increases in local and global markets, the drivers for…

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It’s time to change it up!

On Tuesday evening at KPMG in Melbourne, we held a Q&A style panel event, hosted by Tony Jones, the popular host of ABC’s Q&A program.

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Asia & International Markets

‘Make in India’, serviced by Australia

I recently visited India to attend KPMG’s Global Board and Council held in New Dehli. It was an exciting opportunity to not only catch up with the firm’s global leaders…

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