Topic: AGM

The AGM is a key event on the calendar. Let us guide you towards more effective, informative AGMs for all stakeholders

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7 ways to improve the AGM

The annual general meeting has come under fire for not staying relevant in the contemporary corporate governance environment. Steven Cole FAICD suggests ways we could improve the AGM.

A state of flux

The recent reporting season has placed a number of companies in the spotlight and raised some important issues about the future of the traditional annual general meeting, writes James Dunn.

Climate change, investor relations and boards

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

Insight - The AGM evolution

This month’s highlights from our Governance Leadership Centre where we showcase research from around the world.

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Directors need to be alert to flawed or outdated assumptions behind asset valuations, as the focus on impairments continues.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

Agenda

Businesses need to rethink their approach to workplace flexibility in the face of globalisation, technological advancements and demographic shifts or risk missing “a major opportunity”, according to a...

AICD Director Sentiment Index points to the need for AGM reform

The Director Sentiment Index (DSI) released last week reveals that over a third of directors consider the AGM system in Australia to be dysfunctional, representing a 15% shift in director sentiment ov...

Increased focus on gender diversity at AGMs

Gender diversity remains a real issue for boards. Key institutional investors and proxy advisors continue to take a strong interest in board diversity.
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