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Tanzania: tough times for banks as risks for default rise

Banks have been advised to help their borrowers struggling to repay debts to turnaround their fortunes as risks for default is seen to be rising due to tight liquidity in the market. 406 more words

Economy

No duplicate or fictitious payments made by AHTC: KPMG

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Following its review of 207 payments using a “dummy” supplier code, auditor KPMG has determined that the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) did not make any duplicate or fictitious payments, it said in its latest monthly progress report on the Workers’ Party-run town council on Thursday (Aug 18).  296 more words

Current Affairs

Following the trend, I already posted a status on my Facebook on my seven first jobs. It was quite interesting to have a look at all the (paid) jobs I have taken since I was a young girl at secondary school.

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The Future of Real Estate? Ask the Top Innovator of the Year (2015)

The Future of Real Estate? Ask the Top Innovator of the Year (2015)

Michael Macolino is a recognizable name within the real estate industry, though not to be confused with his cousin, Damian Macolino (Principal at Ray White West Torrens). 551 more words

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More Than 75% of Financial Institutions Admit To Being Breached in Past 2 Years, Study Says

More than three-quarters of financial institutions admit to being breached in past 2 years, while four of every 10 consumers say their bank accounts have been hacked, according to a new… 104 more words

Adoption of New Indian Accounting Standard: Potential Impact on Corporate Earnings

Contributed by: Ojasvi Khicha, CFA

The Delhi chapter of the Indian Association of Investment Professionals, (IAIP) organised a session on ‘Adoption of New Indian Accounting Standard: Potential Impact on Corporate Earnings’ by Sai Venkateshwaran, Partner and Head – Accounting Advisory Services, KPMG India, at Hotel Lemon Tree in New Delhi on 9 July 2016. 812 more words

IAIP

WP town council to get new accounting system

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – The Workers’ Party-run town council has awarded a contract for a new accounting system that it says will help address critical lapses which were flagged by an ongoing independent review. 290 more words

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