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AICD survey results: Directors lose confidence in government

The latest Australian Institute of Company Directors’ (AICD) Director Sentiment Index (DSI) for the second half of 2018 shows directors have increasing pessimism towards Canberra’s im...

Director Sentiment Index: Second Half 2018

For the first time in 18 months, director confidence has fallen, according to the AICD’s Director Sentiment Index. Despite the fall over the last six months, directors are optimistic about the health ...

Director Sentiment Dips in Uncertain Climate

Australia’s directors have lost confidence over the past six months, although they remain more optimistic about the economic and business outlook than they were at the end of 2017.

Four year terms needed to help restore trust

Australians are losing trust in our core institutions. The last decade has seen displacing Prime Ministers become routine. The mood of the public is clear: Stop the votes.

Director Sentiment Index: Glass Half Full

For the third survey in a row director sentiment has reached its highest point since 2011, largely off the back of increased confidence about the strength of the Australian economy, as well as other m...

Federal Budget 2018: BDO's guide for directors

Australia's Federal Budget 2018 has plenty for directors to consider, including new measures regarding phoenixing and R&D concessions. Despite the Government's insistence that it remains committed to ...

5 imperatives for action from Bill Ferris AC

Innovation and Science Australia Chair Bill Ferris speaks to the ‘Australia 2030: Prosperity through Innovation’ plan at a recent AICD NSW Directors’ Breakfast.

2018 Federal Budget: Summary for directors

What does the 2018 Federal Budget mean for your organisation and for the wider Australian economy? AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters GAICD and Head of Policy Christian Gergis provide their analysis...

From the CEO: Setting the Tone

“I know it is risky. I know it is against the conventional wisdom, but whatever the result is I will have no regrets,” former Prime Minister John Howard said in the dying days of the 1998 election cam...

AICD welcomes tougher penalties for serious corporate wrong-doing

The Australian Institute of Company Directors has welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to significantly increase financial penalties for serious wrong-doing by individuals and corporations.
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