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Modern slavery reporting is on its way

The Modern Slavery Bill 2018 (Cth) (Commonwealth Bill) was introduced into the House of Representatives on 28th June 2018 and has been referred to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislati...

How Technology is Changing the Way Boards Raise Funds

Technology is giving directors the chance to reconsider their approach to raising funds through equity.

ORIC, ASIC and AICD collaborate to celebrate NAIDOC 2018

This interview series was launched at the Northern Territory’s “Celebrating contribution Indigenous Women make as directors” event.

Emerging governance issues from the Hayne Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (Royal Commission) has many months to run, but has already heightened scrutiny of boards and governa...

Leigh Clifford replaced by Richard Goyder AO

The seasoned director takes the helm of the iconic national carrier.

Developing principles of good governance for NFPs

The AICD is currently undertaking a review of its Good governance principles and guidance for not-for-profit organisations (Principles). The purpose of the review is to bring the Principles up-to-date...

NAIDOC Week 2018: Because of her, we can!

In celebration of NAIDOC week, the AICD has profiled five Indigenous women to spotlight their role trailblazing across sectors and in the governance community.

Reflections on APRA Report on CBA

Graham Bradley AM FAICD summarises key findings and implications of the APRA Report.
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