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Economic contribution of Sydney Airport

Deloitte Access Economics has estimated the economic contribution of Sydney Airport to the Australian economy for 2017.

Western Australian State Government Agency Amalgamations - Part 5

The role of finance in the public sector has been changing rapidly and with the recent Machinery of Government reform, there is a renewed emphasis on identifying and exploring finance streamlining opportunities.

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2018

Luxury goods sales growth bottoms out, profit margins resilient under pressure, and M&A activity heats up.

Higher education for a changing world

We surveyed 4000 Australian workers to ask them how the higher education sector can positively support a 100 year life.

Global CIO survey 2018

In a digital-driven business reality, CIOs face a choice: remain a functional leader or aim to help shape and lead the organisation’s digital future. Deloitte’s global CIO survey shows how leaders are taking on the challenge.

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Industry 4.0 and cybersecurity

The fourth industrial revolution brings with it a new operational risk for connected, smart manufacturers and digital supply networks: cyber. The interconnected nature of industry 4.0–driven operations and the pace of digital transformation mean that cyberattacks can have far more extensive effects than ever before, and manufacturers and their supply networks may not be prepared for the risks.

What if Australia got cyber smart?

In the sixth edition of our Building the Lucky Country series, we ask ourselves what’s over the horizon? A question frequently asked in an increasingly uncertain world, the answer is more difficult to predict. The key to moving forward is seeking better information about a wider range of possible futures. In What’s over the horizon? Recognising opportunity in uncertainty, we look at three plausible futures for Australia, including becoming cyber smart.

The New Physics of Financial Services

As artificial intelligence (AI) significantly changes the traditional operating models of financial institutions—shifting strategic priorities and upending the competitive dynamics of the financial ecosystem—how can financial institutions better embrace AI and prepare themselves for the future?

Economic and social value of Australia Post

Deloitte Access Economics explores the significance of Australia Post by analysing its value to Australian communities, businesses and individuals.

Taking stock: Deloitte Half-year 2018 IPO Report

Australian IPOs delivered a muted performance in the first half of 2018, with more losers than winners, but positive global performance, a record year for the US markets and strong local economic fundamentals provide a real sense of optimism going into the second half.

How fintech has sparked a revolution in insurance

Advancing technology has collided with longstanding customer issues to create a series of deep, lasting, systemic challenges for insurance. How will these trends impact insurers’ businesses and the industry overall?

Reform, Regulation and Responsibility

This edition of the Deloitte Risk and Regulatory Review is shaped by the reform schedule of the Australian Government, the regulators ASIC and APRA, and the matters affecting the Financial Services Industry as a whole.

CFO Sentiment | Edition 5

CFO Sentiment continued to improve in the first half of 2018 - 77% of CFOs are optimistic about their prospects and only 4% are pessimistic. This is reflected in strong local job growth and investment activity as businesses feel confident enough to increase their capacity.

The Mining Matrix

Mining is the Australian heritage – the backbone of the Australian and West Australian economic and social landscape, and yet for the past decade the image of mining has been in decline.

The rise of the exponential era

Exponential is a term that is used frequently to describe ‘futuristic’ concepts like technology, digital, platforms and growth. In this paper we explore where the term came from, what it actually means, and how businesses and organisations can grow exponentially.

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