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  1. Understanding the post-COVID insurance market

    COVID-19’s impact on the domestic insurance market appears mild, but don’t be complacent. Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  2. How accountants can help clients recover from natural disasters

    Drought, fire, flood and earthquake tested our communities’ resilience before COVID-19. Here’s how CAs help in recovery...

  3. NZ’s new 'safe harbour' is a COVID-19 lifeline for honest directors

    NZ’s temporary “safe harbour” legislation gives directors relief from reckless trading penalties, but it’s not a free pass...

  4. CA ANZ to partner in Asian corporate engagement project

    CA ANZ has been confirmed as a key partner in a project centred on Australia’s corporate engagement with Asia...

  5. How a virus shook the global supply chain

    The pandemic has exposed the brittleness of supply chains and the world’s dependence on China. Where do we go from here?...

  6. Building resilience through business continuity planning

    As COVID-19 hits NZ business, it’s important to evaluate your risk management procedures. Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  7. So you’re a trustee... Do you really want to be?

    Working with a specialist trustee services firm can reduce compliance risks for CAs. Brought to you by Perpetual Guardian...

  8. Protect your clients’ data to protect your business

    Why taking a best practice approach to cyber security is not a luxury for small-to-medium businesses – it’s a necessity. Brought to you by ASI Solutions...

  9. New Zealand gets silver in global anti-corruption measure

    New Zealand comes second in the latest ‘least corrupt country’ list. Australia has a lot to do it if wants to catch up...

  10. Risky business

    As a chartered accountant, you are faced with risks – and risk exposure begins as soon as you begin to offer any professional advice...