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  1. Case study

    Case study: Winnam Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation WINNAM A WINNER IN SOCIAL SERVICE It started 25 years ago on the back of a $100 donation. A group of concerned local Aboriginal volunteers got together to establish a corporation. The a

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  2. Employees

    General reports submitted to the Registrar since 2007–08 contain information on the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) employees of each corporation. [9] Figure 19: Total number of employees at the top 500 corporations, 2007–08 to 2014–15 The top 500 co

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  3. Sectoral information

    As part of annual reporting under the CATSI Act, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations provide information on the sectors in which they operate. Figure 16: Number of sectors in which the top 500 corporations operated, 2014–15 Note: Six corpor

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  4. Profitability

    Some caution should be exercised when referencing profitability. The vast majority of the top 500 corporations are not-for-profit corporations so this report focuses largely on income. Profit or surplus cannot be taken as an accurate measure of the perfor

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  5. Overall income

    In this report ‘income’ refers to total income as reported in corporations’ audited financial statements or general reports. This may include self-generated income, government grants, philanthropic gifts and other income sources. In 2014–15 the combined i

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  6. Geographic spread

    Geographic spread of the top 500 corporations Figure 2: Geographic spread of the top 500 corporations, 2014–15 As shown in figure 2, the Northern Territory had the most corporations in the top 500 in 2014–15 (165 corporations, making up 33.0 per cent of t

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  7. Reporting compliance

    Under the CATSI Act all corporations are required to submit one or more reports to the Registrar depending on their size (small, medium or large) and income. Figure 1: Reporting compliance for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations, 2001–0

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  8. About this report

    This report provides information about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporate sector, specifically Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations registered under the CATSI Act. Profile of corporations registered under the CATSI Act Table

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  9. Key findings

    The combined income of the top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations for 2014–15 was $1.88 billion (compared to $1.74 billion in 2014–15, an increase of 8.2 per cent). The ten-year average annual growth rate of total income for corporatio

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  10. Data interpretation and limitations

    When interpreting the data in this report readers should be aware of the following: The data has been supplied by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations in audited financial statements and general reports lodged with the Registrar of Indigenou

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