Topic: Regulation

Regulations are an inevitable part of doing business. Ask AICD to help identify those relevant for you and your organisation


APRA chair Wayne Byres' remedy for business after the banking Royal Commission

Following the banking Royal Commission, APRA chair Wayne Byres believes there is still hope for self-regulation in the finance industry.

Federal Parliamentary Inquiry into Regulation of Auditing in Australia

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services is holding an inquiry into the regulation of auditing in Australia. Public hearings will be held across November and December w...

Prudential Standard CPS 511: Remuneration

On 22 October 2019, the AICD lodged a submission with APRA on draft prudential standard CPS 511.

ASIC Corporate Governance Taskforce – non-financial risk report

On 2 October 2019, at the AICD’s Essential Director Update in Sydney, ASIC Chair James Shipton released the regulator’s report into director and officer oversight of non-financial risk – one of two wo...

Directorcast with Terri Janke, legal trailblazer

Directorcast is a fresh new podcast series from the AICD aimed at keeping members informed regarding contemporary governance issues. Each episode will showcase world-class thought leadership from gove...

Capability Review of APRA calls for organisational and cultural change

The APRA Capability Review urges a reset of the regulator and its governance in the wake of the banking Royal Commission, including greater veto power over board appointments.

Consultation RIS: In-service safety for automated vehicles

On 26 August 2019, the AICD made a submission on the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement on how to ensure automated vehicles are able to operate legally on Australian roads and support their safe...

Internal dispute resolution: Update to RG 165

On 9 August 2019, the AICD made a submission to ASIC on its proposed updates to Regulatory Guide 165 (Internal dispute resolution).

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

Newton’s third law is reversed for regulation however: for every inaction – for every failure of governance and self-regulation – the community demands a regulatory reaction.

APRA capability review released

The review recommends that APRA should have greater power over board appointments and be more transparent in its supervision of regulated entities.
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