Topic: Regulation

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Federal Budget 2018: BDO's guide for directors

Australia's Federal Budget 2018 has plenty for directors to consider, including new measures regarding phoenixing and R&D concessions. Despite the Government's insistence that it remains committed to ...

The CBA APRA Report: “required reading” for all directors

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released the Final Report of the Prudential Inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).

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.

A Report Card on Progress: How did we score?

AICD Managing Director and CEO Angus Armour FAICD talks reform, public policy and economic growth as he reviews the findings of the 'Governance of the Nation: A Report Card on Progress' report.

Higher penalties for directors on the way; here comes the BEAR

On 20 April 2018, the government has announced that it intends to significantly increase maximum civil and criminal penalties for individuals and corporations under the Corporations Act. The changes w...

Seven Predictions from the 2018 Directors’ Sentiment Index

Stewards of organisations large and small had optimistic expectations about economic progress in the coming year, with a few exceptions. Read the top seven predictions from Australian directors arisin...

Getting the charities regulation balance right

Heavy-handed approach could hamper effectiveness of NFP sector and attractiveness of NFP boards.

10 tips on tax risk management and governance

One year on, BDO reviews the Australian Tax Office’s ‘Tax risk management and governance review guide’ and recommends 2018’s focal points.

Proxy Music

The increasing sway of proxy advisors has prompted calls for greater regulation, reports Ben Power.

BEAR roars through Parliament

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