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we thought this is a good paper from AICD for your reading

AICD_Governance_of_the_Nation-A_Blueprint_for_Growth 23 3 2016

we thought there may be interest in this Consultation Paper

The Papper sets out ASIC’s proposed approach to the regulation of digital financial advice in Australia.
they are seeking the views of Australian financial services (AFS) licensees and their representatives who provide financial product advice to retail clients, and other interested parties.
Specifically, we are seeking feedback on our proposals relating to:
? > how the organisational competence obligation applies to AFS licensees in a digital advice context; and
? > how AFS licensees should monitor and test the algorithms underpinning digital advice.


This is a summary only – please refer to the EM and Bill for further information.
Schedule 1 to the Bill amends the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (ITAA 1997) to encourage new investment in Australian early stage innovation companies (ESICs) with high growth potential by providing qualifying investors, who invest in such companies, with a tax offset and a capital gains tax (CGT) exemption for their investments.

Schedule 2 to the Bill amends the early stage venture capital limited partnership (ESVCLP) and venture capital limited partnership (VCLP) regimes within the Venture Capital Act 2002 and Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 to improve access to venture capital investment and make the regimes more attractive to investors. The amendments provide an additional tax incentive for limited partners in new ESVCLPs, relax restrictions on ESVCLP investments and fund size and clarify the legal framework for venture capital investment in Australia.

the attached paper is a summary for your review

Summary of Tax Laws Amendment 16 3 2016

WA Start Up Report

Friday, December 4, 2015

This is an interesting report into WA’s startup community