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Boards switch focus to customers to help rebuild trust

The 2019 KPMG AICD directors survey marks an important shift in priorities to customers and employees.

Are boards treating shareholders and stakeholders equally?

The banking Royal Commission has shown the relationship between management and the investment community must be held to higher standards.

Is the conventional model of bank governance still effective?

Global experts call for debate on whether structure of bank boards needs change.

Index funds raise the bar on board performance

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

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.

Good financial governance is needed now more than ever

While business profits are up, the average return to shareholders seems to have stalled, leaving room for improvement in financial governance, argues Phil Ruthven AM.

Should investors be more accountable?

Shareholders have an important role in enhancing governance performance.

The growing impact of rising shareholder class actions

Boards are caught in the middle of rising shareholder class actions and increasing D&O insurance costs. Here’s what directors need to know.

Climate-related disclosures on governance horizon

Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) provides recommendations that keep investors up to date on risks.

Research round-up

Here is a snapshot of latest academic and market research on governance issues, ranging from board purpose, to cyber security, AGMs, board committees and PhD directors.
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