Search
Around $10.3 billion of Chinese direct investment headed into Australia in 2017.

Drop in Chinese investment

Australia outperformed most other jurisdictions as a destination for Chinese direct investment in 2017 despite a fall in flows and declining confidence in the country as a safe location for capital, according to KPMG.

Login

(existing subscribers)

The password field is case sensitive.
Request new password

Add your comment

BNIQ sponsored byNetlink Group

Accountants

2nd-Deloitte530
3rd↑PwC510
4th↓KPMG473
5th-RSM272
6th-BDO180
100 accountants ranked by number of accountants (including partners) in WA

Full-time in-house consultants

4th-Deloitte190
5th↑RPS178
6th↑KPMG166
7th↓PwC163
8th-AccentureNFP
168 consulting firms ranked by number of full-time WA inhouse consultants

Corporate finance employees

1st-EY68
2nd-Deloitte44
3rd↓KPMG31
4th↑PwC30
5th↑BDO22
74 corporate finance ranked by staff in corporate finance area (WA)

Insolvency professionals

10th↓McGrathNicol15
11th-EY14
12th↓KPMG14
13th↑Cor Cordis14
14th↑Pitcher Partners18
48 insolvency practitioners ranked by number of professional staff working in insolvency (WA)

Number of Employees

Accountants

2ndPwC575
3rdDeloitte550
4thKPMG513
5thRSM401
6thBDO215

BNiQ Disclaimer