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Roger's Comments: No expectation of a dramatic change to the RBNZ message
Tax Tips: December 2014, Issue 13/2014 - Deductibility of your entertainment expenditure
Retail must move fast to the 'connected store'
FX market holes revealed as large as those in Swiss cheese
Inflation doves need to look beyond low historical numbers
23 January 2015: Ross Group Companies: Liquidators' 4th six monthly report & outcome of 7th Liquidation Committee meeting
22 December 2014: Prometheus Finance letter to Deposit Holders
More receivership updates
12 Nov 2014: Ex NZDL Limited Fourth six month liquidators' report
17 Oct 2014: News release - Infracon Limited (In Liquidation)
More liquidation updates
PwC Global family business survey 2014 - Findings for New Zealand
Partner, Private Business Market Sector Leader
Banking Banana Skins 2014: Inching towards recovery
Banking & Capital Markets
Changes to Financial Reporting requirements for SMEs
New Zealand insights from our 17th Annual Global CEO Survey
PwC New Zealand
Bruce Hassall, CEO of PwC New Zealand, introduces key findings from our survey of New Zealand CEOs.
New tax laws for financial reporting have come into effect from 1 April 2014.
Click play to find out what this could mean for you and your business.
What risks do Australasia's banks face in the current climate and how are they prioritising them?
Based on responses from more than 650 bankers worldwide – including 16 from Australia and New Zealand – we warn new banking regulations introduced since the global financial crisis, and the accompanying global political backlash against banks, could damage the banking industry and hold back economic recovery.
Download the Banking Banana Skins 2014 report
New Zealand family businesses have grown more than the global average according to our 2014 Family Business Survey which shows 74% of New Zealand family businesses have grown in the last 12 months versus 65% globally.
More bullish about future growth, 94% of New Zealand family businesses are aiming to grow over the next five years compared to 85% of global respondents, and 100% of those predicting growth are confident of achieving it.
To remain successful, New Zealand’s family businesses must innovate, attract the right skills and differentiate themselves.
Read our Family business survey 2014 for more insights.