Introduction Money laundering is the process of making illegally gained proceeds (“dirty money”) appear legal (“clean”). In a number of legal and regulatory systems, however, the term money laundering has been extended to other forms […]
By Ann Kayis-Kumar, UNSW; Kevin O’Rourke, UNSW, and Michael Walpole, UNSW When Debbie (not her real name) lost her main client and was left without a reliable income, the sole trader sold her home and […]
By Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University Poor people are different to rich people, and not only in the amount of money they’ve got. They are also different in something that flows […]
70% of Australian businesses are planning to increase salaries for existing staff this year. 70% are willing to increase their initial salary offering to secure new candidates 82% are concerned about losing their top talent […]
COVID-19 hit Generation Z’s entry to the world of work hard, damaging not only their career prospects but the sustainability of the future talent pipeline. Fortunately, employers who are returning to growth are uniquely positioned […]
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced it will use real-time data tracking on passengers coming into and out of Australia. The ATO will look to access historic and future data to improve compliance with Australian tax […]
Those attending the Global CMA Zoom program in the premises of the Academy of Finance. In the picture is Kapila Dodamgoda, the Regional Director of Sri Lanka and his “Kapila’s Angels’.