Topic: Remuneration


ALRC proposes major reshaping of corporate crime regime

The Australian Law Reform Commission's (ALRC) discussion paper on Australia’s corporate criminal responsibility regime was released today and can be found here.

AGM season: More directors targeted in 2019

The 2019 annual general meeting season saw an increasing number of directors being individually targeted by investors, often for issues at other companies where they sit on the board.

What keeps ASX300 directors awake at night?

According to a recent survey conducted by PwC Australia, 70 per cent of directors from ASX300 companies believe a gap is emerging between the role and purpose of listed boards and what the community e...

AICD responds to APRA’s proposed standard on remuneration

The AICD has lodged a submission with APRA on its proposed new standard on executive remuneration – CPS 511. The standard is far-reaching and will affect all APRA-regulated entities.

Prudential Standard CPS 511: Remuneration

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

What boards need to know to improve remuneration policies

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (Hayne Royal Commission) has put rewards and remuneration policies under the microscope. Misconduct ...

Highlights of Essential Director Update 2019

This year’s Essential Director Update launched in Sydney last week to a record audience of 2,500. Graham Bradley AM FAICD, currently Non-Executive Chairman of GrainCorp, HSBC Bank Australia...

APRA releases new pay regulation standards

In July, APRA released its draft consultation on remuneration requirements for all regulated industries. We outline the regulator's proposal here.

Time for a rethink on executive remuneration

As the discussion around executive remuneration continues, leading directors discuss different approaches to incentivising, rewarding and retaining top teams. David Walker writes.

How boards can ensure their employees are being fairly paid

Recent scrutiny in the media means directors must ensure their organisations are paying workers their legal entitlements, or face the consequences.
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