Topic: Regulation

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


ASIC: Who regulates the regulator?

In the wake of the banking Royal Commission, a new regulatory body responsible for monitoring ASIC's accountability is up for debate.

Final round of Royal Commission hearings continues, with a focus on accountability

Corporate governance continues to be a focal point of the final round of Royal Commission hearings, with accountability in particular being considered through various lenses.

How Musk lost the top spot at Tesla

Billionaire Elon Musk has lost the top spot on the board of the USA’s most valuable car company, as a legal firestorm unleashed by the regulator took hold. Now Tesla must find a new chair.

Have your say on the questions raised by the Royal Commission

Your views are sought on key policy questions raised by Commissioner Hayne in his Interim Report, as well as the policy questions raised separately by the Royal Commission in relation to the Round Six...

Hayne Royal Commission Interim Report: Summary for directors

The release of the banking Royal Commission’s three volume interim report is an important moment for governance. The AICD policy team provides an overview of the document, as well as its implications ...

Banking & Financial Services Royal Commission: Interim Report statement

On 28 September, the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry handed down its Interim Report.

ASIC calls out inadequate breach reporting in financial services

A new ASIC report has found significant breaches by financial institutions cost consumers $500m from 2014 to 2017. The regulator has clearly signalled that boards need take a more active role on breac...

Could Director Identification Numbers counter illegal phoenixing?

The federal government's introduction of Director Identification Numbers could bring illegal phoenixing to an end. But would it be effective?

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...

Is your business ready for ASIC's new funding model?

New rules will change the way industry pays for the costs of the regulatory body. ASIC Commissioner John Price explains.
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