In this podcast, our special guest Tony Jackson from QBE Insurance Group shares his insights into the challenges posed by the pandemic on commercial insurance, including which sectors were hit hardest. You'll also hear about business interruption claims, a global upswing in insurance premiums and government subsidised insurance.
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the reasons driving inflation in Australia and across the globe and its potential impacts on consumer confidence, business and interest rates. We also share suggestions for businesses on managing the impact of inflation.
In this episode, Jacco Moison from the FMA talks with Claire Grayston FCPA about how well audit firms managed under the restrictions of COVID-19, the uptake of technology, how firms have responded to the key findings and examples of best practice.
On International Accounting Day we speak to three professional accountants operating in diverse sectors. In this episode, you will hear about the changing role of professional accountants in 2021. Our guests share how Covid-19 has expanded the role of an accountant to that of a trusted advisor, the importance of staying relevant in an age of automation and enhancing their complementary skills.
In this podcast, our special guest William Young CPA, Fund Manager, Mortgages, Real Estate Investment, Australian Unity talks about commercial property trends including a shift towards more floor space to build COVID-safe offices, landlords increasing incentives to attract and retain tenants, and the factors leading to strong demand and high prices in commercial property value. You'll also hear about the latest trends in the development of mixed-use offices and the rise of experiential retail.
As part of the Excel Yourself CPA Australia Podcast series, hear how the LET function offers useful solutions to tricky Excel challenges.
In this episode, we discuss tips to set up a COVID safe workplace, as well the different return-to-office plans being adopted by the Big 4 consulting firms and small-to-medium businesses including a 60/40 model, case by case remote working approach and performance-based work from home arrangements.