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The proposed Australian corporate collective investment vehicle (CCIV)
An important factor in the success of the new CCIV is to make it an attractive alternative to the existing MIS regime.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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Spotlight on risk management: APRA commissioned self-assessments of governance, accountability and culture
APRA's recently released Information Paper indicates APRA focus areas for the upcoming period of regulatory supervision.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
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Leadership: Whose job is this anyway?
Every entity, with its boards and senior management, must examine its culture and governance and how it manages risk.
Australia
11 Mar 2019
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Remuneration: Hayne and the concrete path of compensation of executives in financial services
Hayne sees a role for external supervision by regulators in the way that boards implement remuneration arrangements.
Australia
7 Mar 2019
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Culture: What organisations must do when Hayne is no longer watching
In his Final Report, Commissioner Hayne makes the point that every financial services entity must look to its culture.
Australia
28 Feb 2019
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Hayne Royal Commission final report - Governance: Balance, Responsibility and Escalation
Commissioner Hayne stressed on the responsibility that all boards have where misconduct occurs within an organisation.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
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Law reform: the new safe harbour for directors and stay on enforcement of ipso facto clauses
The law reforms hope to develop a culture of restructuring and encourage investment in a company in financial distress.
Australia
20 Jul 2018
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Modern Slavery Act tabled in Parliament
This new annual reporting regime will have a significant impact on larger businesses operating in or from Australia.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
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Managing corporate culture
Organisations must identify the desired culture and formulate an ethical framework to guide decision-making at all levels.
Australia
8 Feb 2018
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Director trust misplaced when it comes to PI cover
Clear language must be adopted by the insurer to avoid any confusion as to what is covered under the terms of the policy.
Australia
17 Aug 2017
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Anti-bullying laws and the boardroom
Employers need to be alert to the broad interpretation of a 'worker' and its possible impact upon an Executive Board.
Australia
7 Jun 2017
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Climate change risk must now be on the Board agenda
Directors who fail to consider climate change risks could be found liable for breaching their duty of care and diligence.
Australia
20 Apr 2017
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Caught in the crosshairs: Financial reporting obligations under the Corporations Act
ASIC is actively targeting breaches of financial reporting obligations, and those companies who are running the risks.
Australia
3 Nov 2016
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Cartels criminalised in South Africa
Directors and managers in South Africa will face personal criminal liability and jail time for participation in a cartel.
South Africa
20 Jul 2016
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Non-executive director - AIG Australia Ltd v Jaques [2014] VSCA 332
The decision is primarily concerned with defining what the role of a non-executive director is in modern corporate life.
Australia
7 Apr 2016
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Bidder beware: lessons from Ambassador Oil and Gas 01
Potential bidders should exercise caution before entering into pre-bid negotiations with a target's major shareholder.
Australia
9 Sep 2014
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Settlements with the management board in Germany
Damage claims against management are on the rise.
Australia
25 Feb 2014
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Changes to directors’ liability in Queensland
Changes to executive liability and offences should encourage company directors and officers to review their obligations.
Australia
23 Oct 2013
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Individual liability for environmental crimes committed in NSW undergoes significant reform
The responsibilities of individuals acting in a corporate capacity for environmental law breaches have been clarified.
Australia
22 Dec 2012
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Director prosecuted for knowingly taking water during time of severe drought
Directors have obligations to ensure that the companies for which they are responsible comply with environmental laws.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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