This submission focusses on the major changes needed in the big three taxes – income, GST and land tax as well as ways to reduce the size of the black economy
This article analyses whether Chinese investors are performing due diligence on their investments using two recent case studies
This article outlines four reasons why anti-austerity proponents are wrong and the difficult but unavoidable choice faced by highly indebted countries
This article discusses the risks posed by the increasing levels of government, business and consumer debt and recommends treatments for the global debt addiction
This article discusses why credit investors should consider the potential volatility of the companies they lend to with examples provided of good and bad risks
This article debunks four common high yield credit myths and explains the actual triggers and warnings signs of a downturn in credit markets
This article summarises three major pieces of research that highlight potential issues with the quality and quantity of debt outstanding, and the implications for investors.
This article examines proposals to improve the liquidity of bonds and explores why liquidity is important to many investors and fund managers.
This article covers the development of P2P lending, its future prospects and recommendations on how potential lenders should analyse loan risks.
This submission primarily covers bank capital and supervision but also looks at RMBS, small business credit, insolvency, superannuation, financial advice, regulators and credit cards.
This paper highlights some of the unrealistic expectations that managers and investors have in the ongoing debate over fees, with changes recommended for both sides.
This paper analyses the weaknesses of preference shares, using recent Australian examples to illustrate the issues.