We are dedicated to making a difference to the quality of directorship and seek to promote excellence in governance. As such, we are committed to ensuring that we lead by example in how our organisation is governed.
2019 Annual General Meeting
The Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Thursday 12 December at 5pm AEDT.
The Annual General Meeting was live streamed for members to watch online. A recording of this live stream is now available.
Access the recording here.
The governing body of our organisation, the Board, provides oversight within the framework of relevant legislation (including the Corporations Act), Constitution and the Board Charter.
The responsibilities of the Board include setting and reviewing our strategic direction, monitoring organisational performance, the appointment of the CEO and deciding on key policy positions to take on behalf of directors.
The Board consists of up to 12 directors. There are 4 National Directors, one of whom is the chair, and 7 Division directors. The procedure for the appointment of directors can be found in our Constitution.
The AICD maintains a Board Skills Matrix that sets out the mix of skills and experience of each director, which is reviewed annually. The Board Skills Matrix is found here.
We are a federation of 7 State and Territory Divisions. Each Division maintains a local office and is advised and supported by a Division Council.
The role and responsibility of Division Councils, as documented in the Division Council Charter, includes:
- to advise the Board and CEO on policy and membership matters;
- to administer membership (including the approval of new members and upgrades); to represent us in the Division's territory and;
- to support the operations of the office (events, member service and education programs).
Further details regarding the framework, composition, responsibility and operation of Division Councils are contained in our By-Laws, which are in addition to, and supplement the provisions contained in, the Constitution (Article 9).
Contact your local office.
Code of conduct
All our members are expected to comply with our Code of Conduct.
Our organisation respects and values the competitive advantage of diversity, and the benefit of its integration throughout the organisation, in order to enrich our perspective, improve performance, increase member value, and enhance the probability of achievement of our goals and objectives.”
Key corporate governance documents
Division councils members
Codes and charters