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How is your board responding to the new global mobility regulations?

In the ever changing and increasingly stringent nature of regulatory compliance and enforcement, the establishment of the new Department of Home Affairs (the Department) heralds a new epoch in protect...

Why Australia's class action laws need a rethink

Australia's class action law is in need of a rethink as the number and size of class actions funded by third parties grows.

Modern slavery reporting is on its way

The Modern Slavery Bill 2018 (Cth) (Commonwealth Bill) was introduced into the House of Representatives on 28th June 2018 and has been referred to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislati...

Inquiry into the framework surrounding the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of industrial ...

The AICD has provided a submission to the Senate Education and Employment References Committee inquiry into the framework surrounding the prevention, investigation and prosecution of industrial deaths...

AICD supports Anti-Phoenix Measures

The Australian Institute of Company Directors today reiterated its support for reforms announced in the Budget aimed at combatting illegal phoenixing activity.

AICD welcomes tougher penalties for serious corporate wrong-doing

The Australian Institute of Company Directors has welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to significantly increase financial penalties for serious wrong-doing by individuals and corporations.

Thinking the Unthinkable

Amid the debate over social licence to operate, company directors need to find new ways to sit “on the same side of the table” as the people — or they risk losing their legitimacy, warns Simon Longsta...

Don’t get tripped up by directors’ liability

Andrew Yeo outlines six common liability traps that often ensnare company directors.

BEAR roars through Parliament

On 7 February the Parliament passed the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (known as BEAR).

The Regulator: Called to Account

Has your organisation got its financials in order? ASIC Commissioner John Price outlines what companies need to know.
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