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A wake-up call as gender diversity drops on ASX 200 boards

The rate at which women are being appointed to boards of Australia’s largest companies has fallen by 13 per cent in the last year.

ASIC releases Corporate Governance Taskforce report on non-financial risk

AICD's head of Advocacy, Louise Petschler, details findings from ASIC's Corporate Governance Taskforce, from non-financial risk to psychologists in the boardroom.

Director sentiment drops to a three year low

Director sentiment drops to a three year low as over 60 per cent of directors expect weakened economic conditions over the next 12 months.

AICD promises strong Advocacy voice ahead of increasing regulatory pressures

From anti-phoenixing laws to executive remuneration, head of Advocacy Louise Petschler outlines AICD's views on issues affecting the director community.

ASIC's focus on governance, culture and accountability continues

AICD's general manager of Advocacy Louise Petschler recaps ASIC's emphasis on fairness and professionalism. Plus, APRA's proposed changes to executive remuneration.

Gender diversity progress stalling on ASX 200 boards

Results released today by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) reveal that gender diversity on the boards of Australia’s largest companies has not yet hit the 30 per cent target.

Gender diversity progress stalls on ASX 200 boards

Female representation on boards of Australia’s largest companies has not yet hit the 30 per cent target.

Do boards have a blind spot when assessing their own effectiveness?

AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler discusses APRA's report on governance, culture and accountability following the banking Royal Commission.

Regulatory changes ahead for directors

AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler outlines regulatory changes that will affect directors, from WHS to ASIC's new Office of Enforcement.

Australian Law Reform Commission to examine corporate crime regime

On the eve of this year’s Federal election, The Attorney-General, Christian Porter, tasked the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) with examining Australia’s corporate criminal respons...
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