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Browse our collection of our latest thought publications providing you with insights and commentaries into current business and industry trends and changes.
In this issue:
Turning risk into opportunity
Financial Services is entering a period of significant change and CEOs in the sector are certainly aware of these risks. This report looks at how Financial Services CEOs are now changing the way their businesses operate to find new growth in an increasingly complex marketplace.
As well as looking at the state of the sector as a whole, the report takes a deeper look at Banking and Insurance to understand how these sectors are responding to new threats.
With updates from New Zealand and around the world, the Global Agribusiness report puts you in touch with our international team of experts. So what has happened in the last month, and how will this affect local agribusiness operators?
Your monthly update on deals in the global agribusiness sector, covering M&A activity and the latest food trust news.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to update your Board or Audit Committee on the latest financial reporting developments?
We’ve listed new pronouncements and most important changes you need to consider as a for-profit entity for this quarter.
How are the next generation of family business owners approaching their roles? What are they doing to balance the needs of different stakeholders with their own aspirations and vision for the business? How will they navigate a changing business landscape and pass the company on to the generation after them?
The 2016 Next Generation study addresses these questions, taking a deeper look into the state of family businesses in New Zealand and around the world.
The local government landscape is changing rapidly. Communities now demand greater engagement from local government than ever before. This report from our colleagues in the UK looks at what these disruptive trends involve, how local government bodies can rethink their roles in society and the tools they use to engage with the public.
Your monthly update on deals in the global agribusiness sector, including M&A activity and a new section on food trust news.
Leadership matters: Advancing toward true north as stakeholders expect more
This year’s study – which gathered insights from over 1,600 Chief Audit Executives (CAE’s) and their stakeholders, including senior management and board members – confirmed that internal audit functions with very effective leadership perform better and add greater value to the business. However, of those surveyed, 62% expect more value from Internal Audit.
Our study explores the characteristics that define standout leadership and key levers to drive increased value contribution.
The end of the 2016 financial year is now approaching. This is an appropriate time to consider your year-end tax position and 2017 provisional tax.
This checklist will enable you to consider what options are available, as well as inform you of the current taxation rates and provide a refresher on your provisional tax obligations.
From the family farm to international markets, Global Agribusiness is your monthly insight from our PwC experts around the world. From food safety to investments in technology, the March publication explores issues facing the industry across the globe.
The March 2016 issue of GST Direct brings you the latest GST and Customs developments including:
Global FinTech Report
This PwC Global FinTech report assesses the rise of new technologies in the financial services sector across the globe, the potential impact of FinTech on market players and their attitudes regarding the latest in technology developments. Read our findings and analysis from responses of 544 CEOs, heads of innovation, CIOs and top management in digital and technological transformation across the financial services industry.
This publication incorporates a full disclosure checklist for all disclosure requirements under Tier 1 and Tier 2 PBE accounting standards. The checklist is applicable for periods beginning on or after 1 April 2015.
The public sector, like most industries, is undergoing a significant period of change. However, transformation in the public sector presents some particular challenges. These include the level of transparency required and the number of stakeholders involved, something that can be likened to undertaking ‘transformation in a fish bowl’.
This Insights into transformation report focuses on seven lessons that leaders earmarked as critical for successful transformation in the public sector.
This monthly deals report provides a review of recent agribusiness M&A news as well as updated trading and transaction multiples.
February 2016 | Issue #1/2016
All not-for-profit public benefit entities (NFP PBEs), such as registered charities, have to transition to the new XRB accounting standards for periods beginning on or after 1 April 2015. In this issue we outline the key things that you should consider as part of the transition.
Adjusting the lens on economic crime: Preparation brings opportunity back into focus
Are New Zealand organisations prepared for cybercrime incidents? See our latest findings from our biennial survey.
Redefining success in a changing world: A New Zealand perspective
What's on the minds of New Zealand CEOs? See the results from our CEO Survey.
It's finally here - the IASB publishes a new standard on lease accounting.
On 13 January 2016, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) finished its long-standing project on lease accounting and published IFRS 16, ‘Leases’, which replaces the current guidance in IAS 17. This will require far-reaching changes in accounting by lessees in particular.
In this In brief we outline the key provisions and impact of the new standard.