Corporate & Accounting

Every business knows there are risks involved in transactions. Whether you’re taking on a new client, investing in a new venture, partnering with another company, leasing equipment or interacting with unknown entities, each new transaction presents its own set of unique risks. It’s important that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision in any situation.

Conducting due diligence doesn’t have to be complicated. We provide a range of solutions that help you find the information you need to understand who you’re dealing with and mitigate your risk. We also help you visualise the results to paint a clearer picture of the situation and make it easier to interpret the data.

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3 ways to complete your NSW Electronic Duties Return (EDR) or eDuties services

Recently, Revenue NSW announced an update that commencing May 4, 2020, “all complex assessing and refund applications must be lodged digitally through our eDuties service.” This is a result of the unp...

Four steps to help you conduct your due diligence

Identity crime is happening in Australia today. In fact, according to the Australian Federal Police, it is one of the most common crimes affecting the Australian community, costing upwards of $1.6 bil...

5 attributes of a successful firm

Whilst technological shifts lead the range of disruptive factors in the legal industry, here at FilePro we understand that lawyers are now driving change, rather than being ‘disrupted’. We work with f...

Is your firm adapting to changing consumer behaviour?

There was a time when a consumer’s purchasing needs and opportunities were restricted: when the shop closed, so did their ability shop. Business and shopping hours were finite and limited. Inevitably,...

In the Torrens system, registration (without fraud) is still trumps

The recently reported case, Perebo Pty Ltd v Wayville Residential Investments Pty Ltd and Ors  SASC 35  Stanley J., enforced the indefeasibility of title obtained by registration in the absence of fr...

Five sales tips for legal and conveyancing practitioners

The perception of ‘sales’ from people not directly involved in sales tends to be that it’s a scary practice that they want to stay well clear of. Salespeople sometimes have a reputation of being pushy...

Are your emails at risk of cyber hacking?

We’ve heard of cases where hackers have intercepted high-value fund transfers, and we know how much more sophisticated they’re becoming. Their success stories have caused a raise in concern for the re...

4 ways to protect against cyber phishing

Phishing is an increasing threat in Australia with the ACCC recording 24,291 reports of phishing attempts in 2018. Phishing is when cybercriminals pretend to be companies or individuals to obtain sens...

What you need to know about cybersecurity in 2019

From 2016-2018, nearly half of Australian companies were hit by cybercrime (source). It's no wonder cybersecurity has already proven to be a hot topic in 2019. On the heels of a number of high profile...