Topic: Corporate Governance

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Evolving role of board reviews in driving director performance

Accurately assessing directors collectively and individually is no simple matter.

Index funds raise the bar on board performance

Owning a higher percentage of global equities provides power to influence positive boardroom change.

Governance innovation needed for higher board performance

New thinking on past issues and future action should be top of directors’ minds.

Does corporate performance now include a social licence to operate?

The changing landscape for corporate governance and responsibility.

UK changes reporting rules for private company directors

Privately owned companies are being asked to provide greater transparency — and regulatory changes in the UK could indicate the way forward for Australia, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

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.

Assessing board and individual director performance

Holding individual directors accountable for collective decisions is problematic.

Should investors be more accountable?

Shareholders have an important role in enhancing governance performance.

Organisation culture as a form of accountability

Environment to speak freely and fearlessly a cornerstone of a successful company and good governance.
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