The proposed new tax, announced two weeks ago in the federal budget, is due to be introduced on July 1 and will raise A$6.2bn for the government over the next four years.
Australia, Japan and other signatories to the proposed trade deal plan to move forward despite president Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw US membership.
Day One of the UK Association of Corporate Treasurers' annual conference in Manchester emphasised how last June's referendum vote will dominate the agenda in the years ahead.
The latest regulatory summit held in Singapore earlier this month heard that the impact on new rules introduced in other regions of the world will extend to firms in Asia Pacific.
President Xi Jinping’s plan is supported by Russia and Turkey, but regarded with suspicion by major economic powers such as India and Japan.
The mobile phone’s capabilities are finally going beyond just balance information and approvals to provide more of the solutions that treasurers and CFOs actually need.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, correspondent banking relationships have reduced globally by 25% reports Accuity.
The Trump administration’s swiftness in pulling the US out of the Trans-Pacific partnership is disappointing, but is offset by many more encouraging developments.
Adoption of legal entity identifiers has been much slower than in the American and European markets, which will become even more critical from January 2018.
A survey by professional services firm Duff & Phelps ahead of MiFID II finds that most believe the cost of meeting regulatory requirements could more than double in five years.