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Nuwaru selected as finalist for 2022 Australian Accounting Awards ‘fast growing firm of the year’

‘Nuwaru has been short-listed for the Australian Accounting Awards 2022. 
 
The Australian Accounting Awards is the premier event in showcasing the depth of talent in the nation’s accounting professionals and businesses, recognising their success and their passion for the sector. 
 
The finalist list, which was announced on Tuesday, 26 April, features over 290 high-achieving professionals across 34 submission-based categories. 
 
Reaching the finalists stage is regarded as an incredible achievement across the Australian accounting industry, showcasing the depth of dedication and commitment each individual and business brings to advancing the industry.
 
Accountants Daily editor Philip King said: “The Accountants Daily Australian Accounting Awards night is renowned as the premier event each year when the profession recognises and celebrates those right at the top of their game.
 
“This year it is especially poignant as the first face-to-face awards night since the onset of COVID. It offers the whole industry a chance to come together and mark its exceptional contributions to the national wellbeing through the trials of the pandemic and testing natural disasters.
 
“Under such difficult circumstances, to be shortlisted from among the hundreds of high-quality entries is a mark of high achievement, one that echoes throughout the profession.”
 
James Jobson, CEO at Nuwaru, said that he was humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist in the Australian Accounting Awards 2022.’

MNE Tax: David Early discusses reforms to LIBOR and other inter-bank office rates

Our very own David Early recently wrote an article for MNE Tax, discussing important tax consequences resulting from reforms to LIBOR and other inter-bank offer rates.

‘So first and foremost, if you have any loan agreements that reference LIBOR, or Euribor or other ibor, you need to update the agreement urgently (if you haven’t already). It is then a matter of how it is updated (ie is it just an amendment, or a rescission and new agreement) that will determine the tax consequences.’ – David Early

Click here to check out the article.