Accounting and Finance

  • The Romance of Being a CFO

    Roses are red Violets are blue Romance has nothing to do With a CFO who is tired & blue So…

    by Jeffery Luckins
  • Finance

    Are you ready for the redefining of Finance?

    CFOs today are under more pressure than ever before. From external market forces, to the increased demands from CEOs who…

    by
  • The Future of Accounting

    The Future of Accounting

    With any type of disruption, there will always be winners and losers and there’s always opportunity. It’s really up to…

    by
  • Planning an Exit or Capital Raise?

    Will your business data and documentation stand-up to a robust due diligence process in the event of an exit or…

    by Timothy Maclean
  • The future of Australian corporate restructuring

    One year on from the shake-up of insolvency legislation in Australia, how can a CFO steer their boards to a…

    by
  • Creating a dynamic treasury function

    How does a CFO create a treasury function that fit’s the purpose of today and tomorrow? For a CFO, balancing…

    by
  • change

    Why successful CFO’s are ‘invisible change leaders’

    Disruption is an opportunity for CFO’s to make positive change within their organisation – not something to be feared, according…

    by
  • Finding meaning in the profit and loss statement

    Managing the chasm between financial reporting under accounting standards and earnings guidance, to meet your stakeholders’ needs.

    by
  • Raising the red flags of internal auditor’s concerns

    The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry has shone a spotlight on the role…

    by Jeffery Luckins
  • How Praxity Firms are helping not-for-profits overcome major accounting challenges

    Praxity firms can help the not-for-profit (NFP) sector with the increasingly complex set of accounting challenges that escalate considerably in…

    by Ian Lavis
  • ‘Wrapping brand in Strategy’ – a case study

    Every organisation should be wrapping their brand in strategy. This sounds like a nice hook, but what does it really…

    by
  • audit

    Secrets of Auditors … Finally Revealed!

    Let’s refer to the discussions, debates and sensitive issues which have been documented in the audit file as the “Chamber…

    by Jeffery Luckins
  • Entering a safe harbour – part two

    Following on from part one in this series; where we discussed meeting the criteria of Safe Harbour and developing a…

    by
  • board, governance, strategy

    A board for the times and the CFO

    Don’t underestimate the power of the CFO’s voice on a board. The CFO and board role is crucial for helping…

    by Jamie McKeough
  • Equity Sharing

    Should you attract top performing executives with equity in your company?

    Should you attract top performing executives with equity in your company?

    by
  • NDIS, cashflow, NDIA

    How to survive the NDIS cash crunch

    How does a CFO survive the cash flow crunch in the NDIA administered world where delays are commonplace?

    by
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!