Practice of governance

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Blackrock lists human capital management as 2017/18 priority

Blackrock has released its engagement priorities for 2017/18, highlighting firm approaches to technology changes in the workforce as a key engagement issue.

Dual Listings Create Opportunities for Directors

More New Zealand companies are expected to dual list on the Australian Securities Exchange in the next few years, creating opportunities for Australian directors to govern Trans-Tasman companies.

Challenges of IPO Boards

As Australia’s float pipeline expands in 2017, directors must understand the opportunities and risks of governance of newly listed companies.

Serving Stakeholders

“We serve shareholders” is akin to “I was just following orders” – a dumbing down of the job, and an abdication of responsibility...” - Harrison Young, experienced non-executive director, on serving s...

Is Climate Change a Governance Issue?

Tony Featherstone discusses a new phase of governance focus on climate change.

Climate change, investor relations and boards

AIRA’s Ian Matheson explains the interaction of ESG and investor relations – and what it means for directors.

Climate Change and Good Corporate Governance – new report

The Governance Leadership Centre is pleased to release a new report on climate change risks and governance.

The AGM Evolution – we need a better format for Annual General Meetings

As attendances continue to fall, companies (and the law) need to find a better format for Annual General Meetings.

Pressure rising on impairment testing

Directors need to be alert to flawed or outdated assumptions behind asset valuations, as the focus on impairments continues.

Cultural Diversity in the Spotlight

A new UK review is calling for more ethnic diversity on boards, to be ‘more than one by 2021’.
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