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ASIC's role in developing the regtech sector

The corporate watchdog has a critical role to play in regulatory technology, writes ASIC Commissioner John Price.

Good financial governance is needed now more than ever

While business profits are up, the average return to shareholders seems to have stalled, leaving room for improvement in financial governance, argues Phil Ruthven AM.

Economist Saul Eslake on the worrying trends in the global economy

With cheap money declining and the working age population shrinking, 2019 could prove problematic for the state of the global economy.

Changing the chair: Goodbye Elizabeth Proust AO, welcome John Atkin

Former AICD chairman Elizabeth Proust AO and her successor John Atkin discuss the AICD's future and the changing governance landscape.

The wrap up from the latest AGM season

With AGM season wrapping up, we explore the notable events and governance issues raised.

5 issues directors want addressed in 2019

The results of the 2018 Director Sentiment Index are in. Here's how directors feel about energy, climate change and penalties for misconduct.

Taronga Zoo takes hold of its future

Two decades ago Taronga Zoo faced social, legal and financial challenges, but a new philosophy and a strategy refocus brought the business back to life.

Could civil penalties deter misconduct of director duties?

Professor Pamela Hanrahan discusses if increased maximum civil penalties for breach of directors' duties will deter misconduct in corporate governance.

Reset for the future

2018 will be remembered as a pivotal time for governance in Australia. Governance and organisational culture have been part of the national conversation, not just among directors, but in the community...

AICD's response to the banking Royal Commission interim report

AICD reflects on Commissioner Hayne's banking Royal Commission interim report and where to now for Australian governance.
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