Volume 16 Issue 6

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Controversial changes proposed for financial reporting

As a director, do you approve publicly lodged ‘special purpose financial statements’?

Dealing with the regulator and other stakeholders – whose job is it anyway?

While the major revelations from the Hayne Royal Commission and APRA’s prudential inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia have dominated front pages over recent months, limited attention has b...

Reviews of super fund governance bring insights for all directors

Two important reports were released in May 2018 highlighting concerns with the governance practices in the superannuation sector.

The BDO Global Risk Report: Remaining relevant in an age of disruption

Fewer than one in five business leaders across the Asia-Pacific believe their organisation is sufficiently future-proofed, according to BDO's 2018 Global Risk Report.

Should directors brave a school board?

Social and reputational risk, increasing legal demands and greater scrutiny are making school governance more challenging for directors.

Cyber risk with WhiteHawk founder Terry Roberts

In this interview, Terry Roberts discusses why directors can't afford to do nothing in the face of cyber risk and how organisations can protect their data by investing in their employees.

The Hon Mary Delahunty GAICD on reputational risk

The Hon Mary Delahunty GAICD served seven years as a Victorian state government minister in senior portfolios and has held a number of arts and not-for-profit directorships. In this interview, she of...
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