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The social and economic cost of the North and Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough

Deloitte Access Economics was engaged by the Queensland Reconstruction Authority to analyse the social and economic costs of the Monsoon Trough in North and Far North Queensland.

Future of Food

Technological and consumer trends are changing the way we eat. This piece explores four potential futures for the food ecosystem in the Asia Pacific.

The economic cost of violence against children and young people

The Office of the Advocate for Children and Young People (ACYP) commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to provide updated estimates for the economic impact of violence against children and young people in NSW and Australia.

Insurance M&A Outlook 2019

What are the trends and drivers that will impact the insurance mergers and acquisitions market in 2019? How are tax reform, loosened regulations, and higher valuations expected to shape deal making? Will InsurTech continue to be in high demand? Learn why insurance M&A is well-positioned for growth in the year ahead in our new report.

Getting Cloud right: How can banks stay ahead of the curve?

Cloud is not the future or an emerging trend anymore it is the present and is a critical tool for financial institutions to stay competitive in today’s challenging business environment. The digitalisation in banks and the success of innovation using emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence largely relies on cloud computing.

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Rethinking the digital dividend

Australian government agencies are making the transition to digital experience platforms. These platforms enhance the citizen experience, but government agencies are struggling to realise the full benefits.

Impact of the Significant Investor visa program

Numerous nations have developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategies to advance their capabilities, through investment, incentives, talent development, and risk management. As AI’s importance to the next generation of technology grows, many leaders are worried that they will be left behind and not share in the gains.

Commercial Real Estate Outlook 2019

New business models and competition, extensive use of technology, and changing tenant and investor expectations are redefining the commercial real estate (CRE) industry.

Real Estate Predictions 2019

Deloitte's global Real Estate industry predictions looks at the Real Estate trends for 2019 that will impact your business. We look at blockchain, cybersecurity, data-driven business models, and more.

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Queensland Business Outlook: Budget FY19/20

Deloitte Millennial Survey 2019 – the Australian cut

Deloitte research reveals climate change is the #1 concern for both millennials and Gen Zs this year. Their view of government, business and the economy is also at record lows. Growing up in a world of accelerated transformation leaves both generations feeling unsettled about the future.

How countries are pursuing an AI advantage

Numerous nations have developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategies to advance their capabilities, through investment, incentives, talent development, and risk management. As AI’s importance to the next generation of technology grows, many leaders are worried that they will be left behind and not share in the gains.

Deloitte Australian Privacy Index 2019

Across 100 brands and over 1000 Australian consumers, this year’s Deloitte Australian Privacy Index puts a focus on privacy characteristics of mobile apps and what consumers expect.

Global perspectives for private companies

Private companies are resilient, long-term focused and agile. Learn how today’s private company business leaders are facing uncertainty with confidence in our latest global study.

WA Budget Briefing Note 2019-20

Deloitte Access Economics has analysed the 2019-20 WA Budget.

Australian Major Bank Half Year Results 2019

The story of the results for the first half of 2019 shows that the big four Australian banks are under siege from all sides. The environment is one of low growth, declining NIM, regulatory change, remediation programs, increasing capital requirements, trust issues and the threat of new entrants and digital disruption.

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