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From blame culture and obstacles through responsive decision-making to the adoption of technology and its associated risks, the report looks at all aspects of risk management and mitigation.
With the New Financial Year upon us and a number of recent Federal Budget measures being handed down, there are a combination of smaller, new, extended and expanded initiatives aimed at providing more favourable conditions for entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses - particularly for fintechs...
Welcome to the third edition of our International Hubs e-book. Our latest insights provides insights into some of the world's fastest growing tech hubs. Featuring knowledge from BDO's expert partners from around the globe. We analyse each location to assess the benefits and advantages available...
BDO Indirect Tax News focuses on issues of practical importance in the field of VAT and similar indirect taxes, such as GST. Experts from all over the world provide first-hand information on recent developments in legislation, jurisdiction and tax authorities’ opinions and directives.
The pandemic has impacted the supply chains of many multinational enterprises (MNEs), the profitability of many industries and businesses, and the budgets of most governments. What can MNEs do to deal with the impact of the pandemic on the transfer pricing model and policies?
The BDO Global Employer Services News provides a brief overview of issues affecting international assignees, predominantly, but not exclusively, from a tax and social security perspective.
The popularity of real estate as a long-term investment asset is long established but continues to increase as families both look for investment opportunities beyond their home country and seek to buy property in holiday locations.
Global Automotive M&A transaction deal flow. Q1-2021 experienced strong domestic deal flow in all key regions while cross-border deal activity remained weak