February 2016

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Feature: Long-term Play

Choosing a CEO is considered to be the most important role of the board, but succession planning doesn’t stop with a new appointment.

Feature: The Next Generation

A growing number of small technology companies are using backdoor listings to gain a foothold on the ASX.

Feature: A Red Tape Tsunami

Growing market and regulatory complexity is placing the current governance model under increasing strain, a trend that is likely to heighten in the next decade.

The Futurist

Phil Ruthven considers the value of Australia’s primary assets and examines the outlook for growth over the next decade.

Feature: Tough Decisions Ahead

The current low-interest environment means now is the optimum time for boards to consider capital markets as a way to raise funds, but do such transactions offer long-term shareholder value?

Insight

The Governance Leadership Centre speaks to Dr Simon Longstaff AO, executive director of the Ethics Centre, about the ethical issues facing Australian directors.

Directors Counsel

The Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda contains some exciting news for directors that recognise entrepreneurial behaviour.

Remuneration

Director specialisation, increased responsibility and the trend towards younger directors are likely to contribute to demands for increased non-executive remuneration in the future.

Feature: New Growth

Faced with a number of domestic and international challenges, New Zealand’s economy has faltered over the last year. But there is still much to be positive about.

Legal

Patrick Fair outlines the fundamentals that every company officer should know about cyber security oversight.
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