In the first part of our series on cash flow management, Mark Beyer introduces some strategies businesses can employ.
In the final part of our fleet management series, Mark Beyer seeks advice from some of the major players in the local market.
SEALANES, Western Power and Brightwater are three very different organisations with highly varied approaches to fleet management.
THE Australian Taxation Office plans to conduct 70,000 compliance reviews this year to detect and deal with businesses operating in the black economy.
A PROPOSAL to exempt insurance agents from disclosing commissions on risk products has been roundly criticised by financial planners and the consumer lobby.
In the first of a three-part series on fleet management, Mark Beyer looks at the changing profile of the industry.
WESTERN Australian businesses have been urged to start planning now for the implementation of international accounting standards in 2005.
This week Mark Beyer looks at the impact of the tighter insurance market.
In this week’s article on risk management, Mark Beyer looks at business risks that may not be properly managed.
THE methodology used by business brokers to value businesses was roundly criticised at an accounting forum in Perth early this week.
In the first of a three-part series on risk management, Mark Beyer looks at the management of currency and interest rate risks.
OAMPS Insurance Brokers will complete its fifth acquisition in Western Australia in three years when it absorbs local firm AD Irvine Insurance Brokers.
In the final instalment on equity raising, Mark Beyer looks at the impact of the weak stock market.
CONVERTIBLE notes are gaining popularity as a fund raising option for Western Australian companies, with Skywest Airlines and Xanadu Wines among local companies joining the trend.
A NUMBER of floats planned to hit the Australian Stock Ex-change later this month have been put on hold.
Oilex NL was due to float on July 25.
FOR companies wanting to list on the Australian Stock Exchange, the traditional path is via an initial public offering.
An alternative route that is comparatively attractive in the current depressed market is a ‘backdoor’ listing.
THE Australian Stock Exchange’s listing rules are hindering capital raisings by smaller companies, according to West Perth investment banker John Kenny.
THERE is only a handful of venture capital firms with a permanent on-the-ground presence in Perth.
VENTURE capital has played a critical role in the growth of some of Western Australia’s best-known companies.
THE Federal Privacy Commissioner has effectively set a new standard for the debt collection industry as a result of a settlement with Alliance Factoring.
THE Federal Government has announced long-awaited provisions relating to distributions from trusts to companies.
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