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The world is changing, rapidly. NEXT is about bringing the next to now.

The current environment presents an unparalleled opportunity for business to lead – to prove that the same agility shown in responding and adapting to the pandemic can be applied to tackling society’s greatest environmental, safety and technological challenges.

Born out of KWM’s Major Incidents team, NEXT looks ahead to spot trends within sectors, the law and the market in order to empower businesses to act with confidence, not only in a crisis but also in strategic planning.

In our first edition of NEXT we consider and predict the issues that our companies face in the world today… and tomorrow. NEXT puts the hazards associated with operating in today’s world, into a legal and commercial context. NEXT tracks the moves of investors, consumers, regulators and courts to address current and emerging risks.

We explain how identifying and responding to hazards and risks builds brands, reputations and investor confidence – as well as business compliance and continuity.

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NEXT: Edition 1
In our first edition of NEXT we consider and predict the issues that our companies face in the world today… and tomorrow.

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NEXT: EDITION 4

Our fourth edition provides actionable insights for strategic thinkers – specifically exploring how to manage diversified ESG risks – in areas like tax, marketing claims, data and AI and finance, as well as established but fast-moving areas like climate reporting.

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On 14 September 2022, Treasury released exposure draft legislation Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for a later sitting) Bill 2022: Franked distributions funded by capital raisings (Exposure Draft). If enacted, it will give effect to an integrity measure announced in the 2016-17 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook.

30 September 2022

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On 28 September 2022, the Queensland Government released the ‘Queensland Energy and Jobs Plan’ (Energy Plan). The $62 billion Energy Plan aims to evolve Queensland into a renewables, hydrogen and clean energy superpower.

30 September 2022

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The Federal Attorney-General, Mr Mark Dreyfus, introduced the new ICAC Bills – the National Anti-Corruption Commission Bill 2022 and the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2022 – into Parliament on 28 September 2022.

30 September 2022