The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2017-18 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework and one of the main tools we use to ensure we are accountable to the Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities.
Annual Report for 2017-18 regarding the management of customer complaints received by Queensland Treasury.
With abundant natural advantages, close proximity to fast-growing Asian economies, a well-educated, skilled workforce and a stable government and legal system, Queensland represents an unrivalled investment opportunity.
This presentation was delivered by Warwick Agnew, Deputy Under Treasurer, Queensland Treasury, at the Trade 2018 Investment Forums in April 2018.
The 2017-18 Mid Year Fiscal and Economic Review (MYFER) provides an update on the State’s economic and fiscal position since the 2017-18 Budget and includes the Government’s commitments to further support Queenslanders.
Qld Treasury commissioned a report to demonstrate the effect of recent government actions on electricity bills. ACIL Allen estimated these actions could save a typical household $210 in 2018/19. The scope of this report does not include announcements under the Affordable Energy Plan.
The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2016-17 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework and one of the main tools we use to ensure we are accountable to the Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities.
The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2015-16 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework and one of the main tools we use to ensure we are accountable to the Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities.
The Cost of Capital Principles provide a framework for the calculation of cost of capital for Government Owned Corporations (GOCs).
Under the Company Financial Reporting in the Queensland Public Sector policy, public sector companies without their own websites must publish their statements on the site of their controlling entity. The following financial statements are for public sector companies controlled by Queensland Treasury.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance to departments on implementing a full cost pricing policy for significant business activities (SBAs) as required under National Competition Policy (NCP) and commercialised business units (CBUs) under the Queensland Government’s Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009.
This statement is provided as an adjunct to the Queensland Government’s July 1996 policy statement, Competitive Neutrality and Queensland Government Business Activities.
This paper outlines the application of the elements of the Competition Principles Agreement to Queensland Local Government and is based on two issues papers prepared by the joint State/Local Government NCP Working Group and feedback from councils and other major stakeholders.
The purpose of this statement is to outline the approach to be taken by the Queensland Government in applying the principle of competitive neutrality to its Significant Business Activities(SBAs). The statement fulfils the commitment of the Queensland Government, under the National Competition Policy(NCP) agreements (notably the Competition Principles Agreement), to publish such a statement by 30 June 1996.
These Investment Policy Guidelines are designed to assist statutory bodies in understanding their obligations under the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982, and to provide direction on some of the key considerations which should form the development of a prudent and appropriate investment policy framework. The Guidelines also seek to assist statutory bodies with the preparation of a formal investment policy, which should outline principles and practices for a statutory body to invest in the required manner, and be able to demonstrate it has done so.
The object of the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982 (SBFA Act) is to provide for the efficient and effective management of the powers of statutory bodies to enter into financial arrangements. The guidelines provide a general outline of the impact of the SBFA Act on the operations of statutory bodies.
This updated guidance clarifies the supplementary Key Management Personnel (KMP)-related remuneration disclosures that will continue to be required of GOCs beyond the requirements applied by AASB 124 for reporting periods beginning on or after 1 July 2013.