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A path through the governance minefield in 2020

Will 2020 prove to be a year of change for boards – a year in which listed-company boards respond decisively to growing stakeholder pressure for organisation change?

UK changes elevate disclosure on stakeholder considerations

Australian directors interested in the future of governance should examine recent reforms in the United Kingdom that could take disclosure of Environmental, Social and Governance data – and the board ...

Index fund pressure on governance to grow in 2020

The global boom in shareholder activism is being fuelled by an unlikely source: index managed funds. These so-called “passive” funds – described as the new “kingmakers” in financial markets – are taki...

Ethics in the Boardroom

A guide to making ethical decisions.

Australia's unique and uniquely burdensome director liability environment

Australian directors face some legal exposures that their counterparts in the United Kingdom, the United States and other leading economies do not, write Rachel Nicolson and Andrew Wilcock of Allens.

What directors need to know from the aged care Royal Commission interim report

The release of the Aged Care Royal Commission interim report on 31 October 2019 prompts calls for an increase in transparency, accountability and communication.

UK governance developments seek to increase accountability

The UK Institute of Directors (IoD) has launched a Manifesto on Corporate Governance that calls for sweeping governance changes contained in 10 policy proposals.

Sharon Warburton on boardrooms of the future

Ahead of next month’s Australian Governance Summit 2020 we caught up with leading ASX director and opening speaker Sharon Warburton GAICD to hear her insights on what boards of the future will ...

Why directors can’t ignore climate risk

We have seen the catastrophic consequences of climate change this summer. We can’t ignore scientists who tell us the unprecedented bushfire severity is due to the effects of global warming.
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