Can it be that the upheavals in the EU and the United States are good for Australia?

Certainly on one level this would seem to be the case.  Australian universities are targeting the international student market, regarding the current unsettled environment as an opportunity to capitalise on this phenomenon. Australia is now close to surpassing Great Britain as the second most popular destination for advanced education, the United States still maintaining the …

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IR Global Regional Australasian Meeting, Melbourne, August 2017

Ross and Julia Koffel enjoyed the company of members of the Australasia IR Global regional meeting held in Melbourne during the first week of August. It was kindly hosted by Melbourne accounting firm, Saward Dawson, and attendance once again was high for our third meeting.  Members are becoming increasingly more familiar with the expertise within …

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Redress Scheme for Victims of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse – Good for Some, Not Good for Many

With the introduction of the Redress Scheme, many victims will see this as an opportunity to have compensation and a hope for closure on a life lived under the shadow of abuse. Taking an action for compensation through the Courts can seem a mountain too high for victims, and the redress scheme is an opportunity …

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