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As the world slowly starts to progress past the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pressure on the tax function has been immense. The business is now making massive decisions that will have immediate and long-term tax implications. From supply chain and workforce adjustments to debt restructuring and cash management, the tax function is now viewed as an essential part of strategic planning.
As uncertainty mounts, more Australians are putting their faith in institutions – both private companies and governments – for guidance through this crisis. But, while trust is high now, what will it look like after the initial COVID-19 response?
What should leaders consider in shaping a new path for their organisation? How can they reinvent for the future and position themselves to create meaningful and measurable impact in the ‘new normal’?
Maintaining the continued health of the global residential mortgage market is critical to ensuring that countries can recover from, and thrive after, the COVID-19 crisis.
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Deloitte Access Economics has found that Victorian startups will continue to create thousands of high skilled jobs and play a central role in Victoria’s economy recovery post the coronavirus (COVID-19). Commissioned by LaunchVic, Victoria’s startup agency, the report found that in 2019 the Victorian startup ecosystem contributed $2.4 billion in value-add to Victoria’s economy, and 19,000 jobs.
Financial reporting considerations for directors, trustees and executives
Scenarios are stories about what the future may be like, created through a structured process to stretch thinking, challenge conventional wisdom, and drive better decisions. Scenarios are not predictions about what will happen. They are hypotheses about what could happen, designed to open our eyes to new opportunities or hidden risks.
We surveyed heads of M&A at ASX200 companies to take a deeper dive into deal activity and the expected impact of COVID-19 to their business in 2020.
Fraud is an ever-present danger to all businesses. The risk has now been driven signficantly higher by crisis and economic downturn. Businesses must ensure that their lines of defence remain sufficient and effective to avoid further damaging loss.
Responding, recovering, and preparing to thrive in the future of work.
As COVID-19 spreads globally, it’s impacting communities, ecosystems and supply chains far beyond China.
This paper outlines Deloitte’s high level views on key Internal Audit considerations given the mass scale of business disruption caused by COVID-19.
Supply chain | Recover: Learn and emerge stronger.
In 1988, Access Economics was established with the aim of contributing to a better Australia. 30 years later, Deloitte Access Economics continues this legacy, providing evidence based analysis that supports sound economic policies and promotes economic welfare. We now touch almost every aspect of economics in Australia, New Zealand and across Asia Pacific with the same aim: to make an impact that matters.
Consider the impact of COVID-19 on your impairment testing to ensure you understand the potential effects on your financial statements and can manage expectations of your stakeholders. Articulating the impact in a manner that’s easy for stakeholders to understand will be important and require time.
During the current COVID 19 environment, investment in infrastructure should be leveraged as an opportunity to keep people employed, keep businesses afloat and to maintain the productive capacity of the economy.