December

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Calls have been made for the current laws on whistleblowing to be changed in order to provide those speaking out greater protection.

APRA - Shifting perceptions

Geoff Summerhayes explains why the financial sector requires a change in mindset to preserve trust and social licence.

Event Roundup

The joint Australian Bar Association and Victorian Bar Conference included discussion of the impact of climate change risk on directors’ duties, Abbey McNamee reports.

A complex issue

Understanding the impairment of non-financial assets must be a key priority for boards of directors as they enter 2017, writes Tony Featherstone.

All aboard

With the inland railway infrastructure project building momentum, Alexandra Cain explains why now is the time for those involved to start drawing up strategic plans.

A mental health check

Untreated mental health disorders costs Australian employers $10.9 billion each year. Domini Stuart explains why now is the time for boards to address mental health issues in the workplace.

Directors' Counsel

Drawing on two recent New South Wales Court of Appeal cases, Professor Bob Baxt examines conflicts of interest in group of company situations.

Forecast for 2017 - Listed boards

A low-growth environment and the geopolitical landscape will be the key challenges facing directors of listed companies in 2017, writes James Dunn.

Forecast for 2017 - Government boards

Directors of government boards operate in an increasingly volatile and short-term environment. Alexandra Cain reports on the challenges for the year ahead.

Forecast for 2017 Not-for-Profit boards

Domini Stuart outlines the five key challenges not-for-profit boards anticipate for 2017 and beyond.
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