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BDO's survey on CbC Reporting requirements in eight countries within the Asia Pacific region: Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and Singapore
The last twelve months have heralded dramatic and unexpected changes in the political, business and economic environment. Shocks to global economics and trade flows – from the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union to the United States of America electing its most unconventional and...
Cyber security is one of the biggest corporate issues of our time. As the ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack in May ably demonstrated, organisations of any size, anywhere, are vulnerable to attack. Though many companies have improved their cyber security defences in recent years, there is much more...
Do we live in a riskier world? The answer is yes according to 72% of respondents to the BDO Global Risk Landscape survey who consider that the world has become a riskier place. With risk perception down overall from 87% from last year’s survey however, is this an accurate reflection of the...
Foreign investment has long been a pillar in the development of Australia’s agriculture and food sector.
As we enter 2017 we can reflect on a year past of political upheaval and increasingly challenging trading conditions albeit with a much needed positive end to the year.
Australian Real Estate Investment Trusts (A-REITs) delivered another strong performance in the 2016 financial year, with ‘traditional’ commercial property trusts returning the top 10 in the annual BDO A-REIT Survey.
The 2016 edition of the Motor 150 Report reveals the aggregated performance of the top 150 companies in the UK motor retail sector. We are pleased to share that the group’s turnover has increased by over 6% to £58.6bn despite continuing pressure on margins. However, not everyone is smiling.
The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union (Brexit) will have a profound effect on manufacturing. There are early signs that all is not doom and gloom and sector data since Brexit has been mostly positive (UK manufacturing PMI in October was at 54.3 with upturns in output...