Topic: Governance

AICD is the leading voice in Australia supporting members, their companies and boards to achieve best-practice governance


Review of not for profit good governance principles

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is seeking feedback on the review of the 'Good governance principles and guidance for not-for-profit organisations' (Principles), originally releas...

Mechai Viravaidya recognised as a global leader combatting AIDS

In the early 1970s, Thailand had a rapidly-growing problem – a burgeoning population coupled with poor access to and knowledge of contraception.

Adelaide lawyer Sarah Bartholomeusz on the Company Directors Course

The Company Directors Course provides benefits beyond corporate governance expertise, Adelaide lawyer Sarah Bartholomeusz says.

Royal Commission: Webinars

This month, AICD is offering members exclusive complimentary access to three timely webinars.

Right to privacy

Recent data leaks and privacy breaches have signalled that organisational data security has never been more important. The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulations, in effect from 25 M...

Big Un sparks tighter ASX rules

Digital marketing company Big Un Limited has been suspended from the ASX following a series of governance failures. The consequence is a tightening of ASX listing and disclosure rules that will affect...

Women on boards — problem is demand, not their supply

The Royal Commission’s allegations of serious wrongdoing in the financial services sector have sent shockwaves through corporate Australia.

2018 Federal Budget: Summary for directors

What does the 2018 Federal Budget mean for your organisation and for the wider Australian economy? AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters GAICD and Head of Policy Christian Gergis provide their analysis...

Elizabeth Proust AO FAICD on Radio National Breakfast with Fran Kelly

In this radio interview, AICD Chairman Elizabeth Proust FAICD discusses the recent Australian Prudential Regulation Authority report and restoring trust in Australian business.

Angus Armour’s interview with Ticky Fullerton

AICD CEO and Managing Director Angus Armour FAICD on the behaviour revealed at the Financial Services Royal Commission, the importance of criminal penalties and the need for boards to push for the rig...

Angus Armour on the Financial Services Royal Commission: Interview with ABC’s Pat Karvelas

Angus Armour FAICD discusses the scrutiny boards and directors are receiving and their role in shaping and monitoring organisational culture and behaviours following the events of the Financial Servic...
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