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COVID-19: Government eases continuous disclosure rules for six months
26 May 2020
The Federal Government is easing continuous disclosure rules for six months to help listed entities deal with the uncertainty cause by COVID-19.
Litigation funders to be subject to greater regulatory oversight
22 May 2020
The Federal Government has announced that litigation funders will need to hold a financial services licence and comply with the managed investment scheme regulatory regime.
Regulatory changes to protect directors during COVID-19
1 May 2020 | Louise Petschler MAICD
AICD head of advocacy, Louise Petschler, examines the rapid changes in corporate regulations triggered by COVID-19.
Advocacy and policy
Regulatory changes to provide relief for directors during COVID-19
23 April 2020
Changes in regulation have given directors breathing space while they deal with the dramatic business interruption, but they will need to be across the financials leading up to EOFY, writes Tom Ravlic...
ASIC reflects on one year post-Hayne
1 February 2020 | John Price
Commissioner John Price outlines ASIC's actions and role over the past year of regulation 12 months on from the banking Royal Commission's final report.
Recap: AICD's 10 most popular articles for 2019
9 December 2019
2019 was a busy year for governance. From the Royal Commission final report to honing your director CV, we bring you the top 10 most read AICD articles for the year.
How far will the corporate regulators go?
1 December 2019 | Professor Pamela Hanrahan
Legal proceedings by ASIC and the ACCC against Murray Goulburn CEO Gary Helou raise several questions regarding director accountability and the power of the regulator.
APRA ramps up governance supervision
27 November 2019 | Sophie Stern
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a new paper setting out how it proposes to scale up its supervision of governance, culture, remuneration and accountability (GCRA).
APRA chair Wayne Byres' remedy for business after the banking Royal Commission
30 October 2019 | Wayne Byres MAICD
Following the banking Royal Commission, APRA chair Wayne Byres believes there is still hope for self-regulation in the finance industry.
Federal Parliamentary Inquiry into Regulation of Auditing in Australia
29 October 2019
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services is holding an inquiry into the regulation of auditing in Australia. Public hearings will be held across November and December w...