Topic: Shareholders

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Dilemma of innovation disclosure

Boards must ensure organisations tell the story in a fair, balanced and timely way.

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.

Myer shareholder class action unlikely to dampen class action filings

The shareholder class action has loomed large over the boardrooms of Australian listed entities since shareholder driven representative proceedings first emerged in Australia in the early 2000s.

Where to now for shareholder primacy?

In a major policy change, the US Business Roundtable has rejected the principle of shareholder primacy in defining the purpose of the corporation. But what does this mean for Australian directors?

Shareholder versus stakeholder capitalism

Time to re-evaluate legal responsibilities of directors while considering the UK experience.

Listening to the voice of small stakeholders

‘Mum-and-dad investors’ could provide boards with a useful view of company’s operations.

ASIC surveys corporate governance practices of ASX 200 companies

ASIC Commissioner John Price confirms review of board practices for large listed companies, and summarises key AGM season trends.

Boards switch focus to customers to help rebuild trust

The 2019 KPMG AICD directors survey marks an important shift in priorities to customers and employees.

Are boards treating shareholders and stakeholders equally?

The banking Royal Commission has shown the relationship between management and the investment community must be held to higher standards.

Is the conventional model of bank governance still effective?

Global experts call for debate on whether structure of bank boards needs change.
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