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The Australian Financial Review - Nick Abrahams: Data analytics is the place to be
The article includes a summary of the corporate activity in Australia in recent years around data analytics or big data.
Australia
4 Oct 2017
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Weathering the offshore oil and gas downturn in South East Asia
A number of innovative financing solutions are likely to emerge as participants navigate through this difficult period.
Australia
16 Nov 2016
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Auditor's reports and Guidance Statement (GS018)
GS018 means that the form of audit report for franchisors to support their financial positions may not be sufficient.
Australia
1 Mar 2012
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Accountants’ tax advice no longer enough to avoid penalties: Tribunal decision in Sinclair v FC of T
The decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) in Sinclair v FC of T [2010] AATA 902 has thrown up some uncertainty about the level of assurance that taxpayers need to obtain to avoid being subject to tax penalties.
Australia
8 Jun 2011
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Indirect Tax Sharing Agreements
From 1 July 2010, members of GST groups and participants in GST joint ventures may now limit their exposure to joint and several liability for the entire GST liabilities of the group or joint venture. This can be done by entering into what is known as an "indirect tax sharing agreement" (ITSA).
Australia
16 Aug 2010
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Liquidators´ Liability For GST – Draft Legislation Released
Exposure draft legislation has been released which proposes amendments to the GST legislation to make it clear that liquidators and other representatives of incapacitated entities are liable for GST on transactions within the scope of their appointment.
Australia
3 Aug 2009
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Responding In Significant Adjudication
Anyone who has been involved in Adjudication under the various Security of Payments Acts will tell you that the time limits make it far easier to apply than to respond.
Australia
18 Jun 2009
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Managing Counterparty Risk – Retention Of Title Clauses
A retention of title clause (also known as a Romalpa clause) is a contractual provision used in supply agreements under which the supplier retains ownership of goods supplied until payment is received.
Australia
3 Jun 2009
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Liquidators´ Duties Clarified
Relief has arrived for insolvency practitioners keen to learn the extent of the court's discretion to order enquiries into their conduct, following the NSW Court of Appeal's decision in Hall v Poolman [2009] NSWCA 64, which overturned the trial judge's order.
Australia
 
9 Apr 2009
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The Same Business Test Clarified
The Full Federal Court has allowed Lilyvale Hotel Pty Ltd to bring forward losses in reliance on the same business test where Lilyvale previously ran a hotel business using a manager.
Australia
 
25 Mar 2009
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Liquidators Escape Personal Liability For GST
On 12 December 2008 Logan J held that a liquidator (and, by extension, a receiver and voluntary administrator) has no personal liability for GST in circumstances where the assets of the company have not vested in the liquidator.
Australia
15 Jan 2009
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Government Guarantee Of Deposits
The Australian Government introduced legislation on 15 October 2008 that, if enacted, will enable depositors to gain early access to funds in the event of insolvency of an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI).
Australia
20 Oct 2008
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Credit Crisis: Local Impact
Recent world events show just how serious and deep the impact of this crisis is. Whilst Australia has so far weathered the problems reasonably well, there has been impact locally and there will no doubt be further impact.
Australia
9 Oct 2008
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D&O Insurance: Liquidators Can´t Have Their Cake And Eat It
Liquidators cannot settle with directors and expect to obtain far greater compensation from the directors' and officers' insurance against insolvent trading, as a case last week shows.
Australia
3 Sep 2008
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Disclosure Requirements For Insolvency Practitioners After 31 December 2007
Amendments to the Corporations Act coming into effect on 31 December 2007 mean that from that day administrators and liquidators will have to provide declarations of relevant relationships.
Australia
21 May 2008
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