Accounting and Finance

  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 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.

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • board meeting

    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?

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  • 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?

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  • Safe Harbour, Insolvency

    Entering a Safe Harbour

    Practical steps for Directors to understand the impact of the new Safe Harbour Legislation

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  • Officeworks – The Dual Track Process that never was

    The market was recently a buzz in relation to what was initially pipped to be one of, if not, the…

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  • The taxation of Australian sportspeople

    What’s the difference between Steve Smith and an average Australian?

    The sun’s out and the weather’s heating up which means only one thing…. Cricket season! As a cricket tragic, summer…

    by Craig Barry
  • Curiosity & communication at the heart of a successful audit

    While checklists and templates are staples in the auditor’s kitbag, an inquisitive mind and good listening ear are at the…

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