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CEO succession planning

For the good of the company, the appointment of a new chief executive should be a seamless process, rather than a newsworthy event that disrupts organisational cohesion and momentum.

CEO announcement from AICD Chair John Atkin FAICD

AICD Managing Director and CEO Angus Armour FAICD has decided not to extend his contract beyond October 2022. The board has been delighted with Angus’ leadership and is obviously disappointed bu...

AICD CEO to depart in 2022

The Board of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) has today announced that CEO and Managing Director Angus Armour FAICD will be leaving the organisation at the conclusion of his five-y...

Vaccines and the workplace – what directors need to know

As the recovery phase of the pandemic rolls out, there are countless questions and considerations for workers, employers and customers over vaccines and the workplace. Safe Work Australia (SWA), as a ...

Government unveils plan to combat ransomware threat

The federal government has published a Ransomware Action Plan that contains a series of proposals to combat the growing threat of ransomware attacks. Of most interest to AICD members will be the propo...

2021 Annual General Meeting

The AICD’s 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday  17 November 2021 at 5.00pm (AEDT). The meeting will be held virtually rather than in a physical locati...

Business confidence bounces back

The anticipation of state re-openings, backed by rising vaccination rates, saw the NAB monthly measure of business confidence jump 19 points in September, propelled by a 42 point surge in New South Wa...

Director IDs are coming, set up your myGovID now

You can apply for your Director ID from November 2021. Get ready to apply by setting up your myGovID if you don’t already have one. And follow updates to our AICD Director ID resources page ...

Board Diversity Statistics

At the Australian Institute of Company Directors we believe that we have a leadership role to play to improve board diversity both at home and internationally.

APRA acts on rising household debt concerns

Two weeks ago we flagged ‘the rising chances of a macroprudential policy intervention’ in Australia’s housing market and this week the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APR...
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