Ernst & Young’s Japan Business Services team takes a proactive approach to helping Japanese businesses grow and thrive in Australia and in Japan.
Our team’s long-term experience, fluency in both Japanese and English languages, cultural awareness and close relationships with Japanese clients have enabled Ernst & Young to develop a strong understanding of the needs of Japanese businesses to grow and thrive in Australia and in Japan.
We know that Japanese business seek continuity of relationships across borders and through our partnering with Japan’s largest accounting firm, Shin Nihon & Co, now a global member firm of Ernst & Young, we are able to work across geographical and cultural boundaries to deliver our clients the best of both worlds.
More than 100 Japan Business Services clients of Ernst & Young enjoy a business network through our seminar program and regular newsletter focused on the interests of Japanese companies operating in Australia.
The Ernst & Young Australian Productivity Pulse
Our survey indicates that the estimated annual wastage in wages can reach $109 billion. Find out the biggest barriers hindering productivity and how to improve.
English version | Japanese version (pdf, 1.1mb).
Minerals Resource Rent Tax / Petroleum Resource Rent Tax
This tax insight - English version
(pdf, 955kb), Japanese version
(pdf, 939.4kb) addresses the key focus areas for affected tax payers, including the impact on financial statements, tax risk and compliance, systems and processes.
MRRT Tax Insight - What are the decisions you need to make and your obligations ahead?
In order to be MRRT ready, our tax insight English version (pdf, 381.9kb), Japanese version (pdf, 1mb) sets out the key decisions you need to make and explores your future obligations.
The 2012-2013 Federal Budget Brief: The surplus we had to have?
The Treasurer has kept his long standing promise. Against all odds, he has delivered a forecast Budget surplus of AU$1.5b. This is a remarkable turnaround from the 2012 deficit of AU$44.1b. Learn more in our Federal Budget Brief - English version (pdf, 604.8kb), Japanese version (pdf, 824.4kb).
2011 Federal Budget Brief: Marking time
While the Treasurer’s restrained Budget contains some welcome initiatives, the key question is: does it do enough? If Australia is to achieve sustainable economic growth, it will require substantial micro-economic and tax reform, and the economic flexibility to adjust to both forecast and unforeseen influences. Learn more in our Federal Budget Brief - English version (pdf, 1.1mb), Japanese version (pdf, 863.1kb).
Striving to help you achieve
Japanese companies are increasingly looking to manage their risk and at the same time seek to take advantage of opportunities. In response to this, our global and local teams regularly meet with both clients and potential clients to discuss their plans for growth in the Australian market - English version (pdf, 471.6kb), Japanese version (pdf, 422.5kb).
The Australian tax landscape
The Australian tax landscape (pdf, 5.5mb) is a guide for Japanese companies looking to invest in Australia. This publication offers you a snapshot of direct and indirect tax issues and their implications to assist your investment planning process.
Transaction Advisory Services capability - Japanese version
Making the right transaction at the right time can make a business more competitive and profitable. Our Transaction advisory services capability (pdf, 315.6kb) outlines the scope of our services throughout the transaction lifecycle to support Japanese business both here in Australia and in Japan.