Industry Specific Issues

Strike Energy Ltd Provides Update On R&D Tax Dispute Currently In AAT

February 17th, 2020

Strike Energy Ltd previously reported to the ASX that R&D activities the company had registered had been found by AusIndustry to not be eligible under the legislative criteria. The matter is currently before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and within Strike Energy’s half year report published to the ASX, the company provided the following update: Innovation and Science Australia (ISA) carried out an internal review of Strike’s FY16 registration and FY18 R&D preregistration under the Industry Research and Development Act […]

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Federal Government Flags Potential Further R&D Tax Changes to Help Fintech Industry

February 10th, 2020

The Australian newspaper has highlighted a speech to the Australian Computer Society on Friday made by Liberal Senator Andrew Bragg, who is chairing a committee examining Australia’s fintech sector.   The article noted that: The government is mulling a number of policy shifts to make life easier for start-ups; Senator Bragg is quoted as saying: “FinTech Australia tells us the R&D tax incentive is the number one regulatory issue for fintechs. They tell us the importance of the R&D tax incentive […]

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Argent Minerals – Market Update On AusIndustry Findings

January 28th, 2020

Argent Minerals Ltd, a base metal explorer announced to the market in January 2019 that AusIndustry had issued a finding that the company’s Registered Activities for FY16 and FY17 were not eligible R&D Activities, with a liability of approximately $1.4M in dispute. Argent Minerals indicated within this January announcement that they remained of the view that the Registered Activities were indeed eligible R&D Activities, and that the company would exercise its right to have an independent internal review of the […]

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CSL Moves Up International Biotech Market Capitalisation Rankings Driven By R&D Investment

January 20th, 2020

A report in the Australian Financial Review has highlighted the remarkable performance of CSL over recent years, largely due to the company’s investment in R&D Activity. The report has highlighted: CSL’s share price has increased more than 50% during 2019, which is rare for a company of such size and maturity; If CSL maintains their current trajectory, it may shortly overtake Commonwealth Bank of Australia as the 2nd most valuable stock on the ASX by market capitalisation; CSL is now […]

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