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Insight - Scourge or market mechanism?

The Governance Leadership Centre considers the implications of short-selling for boards and its implications on company performance.

Upfront - Defence mechanism

The scale and speed of recent cyber attacks on large global firms drives home the importance of security at a board and company-wide level, writes Elizabeth Proust.

In the know

Facilitated by directors with real-world experience across a variety of industries and sectors, our short courses will provide you with new insights and practical tools to use inside and outside the b...

An important partnership

Australia is a very sophisticated market for infrastructure with world-class investors and enormous capability, but its success depends on collaboration, writes Domini Stuart.

Risk and Reward

Sitting on a government board used to be apolitical, but government short-termism means the risks associated with board stability have now increased. Domini Stuart explains

The Investor Nexus

The changing governance landscape means the interaction between chairs, the board and a company’s investor relations team is more crucial than ever. Alexandra Cain reports.

Emerging Directors - Keep calm and carry on

Being rejected for a board position can dent even the most confident of aspiring directors, but treating it as a learning curve it vital, writes Alexandra Cain.

Directors' Counsel - Crime and punishment

Professor Bob Baxt considers a number of recent court cases and questions whether current Corporations Law penalties are high enough.

Agenda - Inside the activist investor’s playbook

Professional investors seeking to earn returns by employing an activist strategy will likely follow the playbook outlined below by investment firm, Credit Suisse.

In Sync - Learning power

Domini Stuart speaks to Rod Jones and Tracey Horton about the growing international student sector and the changing face of university education.
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