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Professional Services

How to help make your client’s M&A a success

Business

It looks like being a boom year for mergers and acquisitions. If your client is looking to sell or merge, here’s how to ensure it’s a success.

Agribusiness
17 Sep 2021

Protecting your legacy: new models for farm succession

Agribusiness

Attitudes towards rural succession are changing as families look to preserve harmony and protect their legacy Retirement plans and the […]

Economic commentary
17 Sep 2021

NAB’s World on Two Pages – September 2021

Economic commentary

COVID 19 remains the main risk to the global economic outlook, while in Australia the key risks to our forecasts remain the timing and pace of the easing in restrictions, and further out, the underlying pace of growth as the impact of policy measures fades.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Attitudes towards rural succession are changing as families look to preserve harmony and protect their legacy Retirement plans and the […]

Corporate care, also known as the integrated health model, radically altered the care model of General Practice. Twenty-five years later, how have multi-disciplinary practices proved their worth for patients and practitioners?

Keen to invest in commercial property through your self-managed super fund? Make sure you do it wisely and well.

Responding to changing asset manager behaviours and expectations.

COVID 19 remains the main risk to the global economic outlook, while in Australia the key risks to our forecasts remain the timing and pace of the easing in restrictions, and further out, the underlying pace of growth as the impact of policy measures fades.

There have been quite a lot of moving parts to the price action overnight.

Strong economic growth in Q2 is set to falter in Q3.

COVID restrictions hit retail in August, building on existing imbalances in China’s economy.

Tapering is not tightening; the RBA is still adding to the stock of bonds on its balance sheet, just at a reduced rate.

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