The Victorian Government in Australia recently passed an act to make long service leave benefits portable for people in contract cleaning, security and community service. We ask three experts: should the entitlement be portable?
Almost a decade after the earthquake that shook Christchurch to its core, the new city is taking shape. Preparing for a disaster of this magnitude presents a challenge for any business, but accountants have a vital role to play.
Accountants play a key role in assessing and disclosing climate risks as part of corporate sustainability reporting, and are becoming important players in the business response to climate change.
AFCA chief David Locke knows data may not solve people's personal financial crises, but it will help explain their causes and how the financial industry might start to wipe its slate clean.
To reduce the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19, governments have placed restrictions on the movement of people to and from certain areas and countries. Here we look at the impact on reporting entities and auditors and how authorities are responding.
In terms of current business confidence, Malaysian firms are generally upbeat – except for SMEs. Here’s the economic outlook for Malaysia.
Amid the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic, Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po announced last week an expansionary budget to support the economy and improve people’s living standards.
In today's data-driven environment, a massive injection of funds into a promising start-up to promote rapid growth and market domination is increasingly common.
Australia's goods and services tax (GST) was introduced, with much controversy, 20 years ago this year. It's now entrenched, but does it need an overhaul?
The middle classes in developing nations are shrinking due to a perfect storm of economic conditions. How worried should we be?