NEWS & VIEWS

Digital Transformation within the Mining Industry

Amidst the current challenges of the global economy, the mining sector has a sense of optimism.  Demand has been supportive of gold and iron ore prices, and minerals used for batteries will remain in focus, not least due to the ongoing growth in the electric vehicle markets.  Long term fundamentals underpin future demand.
Alongside a favourable outlook for mining demand, the cost side of the sector is being impacted by the application of technology – enhancing margins and reimagining processes which in some cases have endured for decades.

Important Announcement

On 9 September 2019, Moore Stephens International publicly announced the Moore Stephens network will become Moore, a transition to take place globally over the next 12 months.
 
Here in Australia, Moore Stephens will adopt the new brand from 1 July 2020.

Business sales – Net Working Capital and cash adjustments

Looking at selling your business? If you think that agreeing on the business’ value is the hard part, think again.

Many owners overlook the question of the purchase price’s net working capital adjustments, let alone how much cash to leave in a business at the point of sale. These areas are not only complex but can often be a major source of tension towards completion of a business sale. So, while it’s best to ensure you have a skilled advisor on hand to help you navigate your way through, this article will help you understand some of the considerations involved before you head to market.

Working together to connect food and entrepreneurship

Introducing the Agri Food and Wine Category: An initiative of Moore Stephens and eChallenge Australia

Tapping into the South Australian entrepreneurial ecosystem the Australian eChallenge connects the business community to students, academics and the general public. 

The eChallenge: Agri Food and Wine is designed to generate new ideas to address local and worldwide problems using anything from software, hardware and other technologies to chemistry, marketing and farming.
 

Removal of Special Purpose Financial Statements – Does it impact you?

The AASB has issued ED 297 Removal of Special Purpose Financial Statements for Certain For-Profit Private Sector Entities.  ED 297, if approved, will remove the ability of for-profit large proprietary, unlisted public (other than companies limited by guarantee) and small foreign-controlled companies to lodge special purpose financial statements (SPFS) with ASIC (i.e. directors can no longer self-assess that they are a non-reporting entity).  Current estimates from the AASB predict 7,295 companies will be impacted by these changes.

Disclosures Required Under RDR Are Set to Tumble

ED 295 General Purpose Financial Statements – Simplified Disclosures for For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Tier 2 Entities proposes to replace the current Reduced Disclosure Requirements (RDR) framework with a Simplified Disclosure Standard. All entities currently using the RDR framework will fall into this new regime. It is important to note the proposals in ED 295 are closely linked to those expected in the forthcoming Exposure Draft on the proposed removal of special purpose financial statements (SPFS).

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