Volume 17 Issue 3

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Audit Committees – Improvements needed

The operations of Board Audit Committees (BAC) have been criticised of late, most recently in the Hayne Report on the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Serv...

Climate Change Governance

Over the past five years, corporate leaders have consistently rated climate change and extreme weather as the top macroeconomic risks over the next 10 years in terms of both impact and likelihood, in ...

Reflecting on warning signs: the amber flags

Leading business has become harder and will become harder still, so directors need to be fit for the task, Ann Sherry AO FAICD, the Chair of Carnival Australia told the Australian Governance Summit.

Risk Culture: how can it be measured?

How can board directors assess risk culture? BDO’s National Leader Financial Services Tim Aman highlights ways to read the warning signs and looks at metrics which may be useful.

The future of corporate governance in Australia

A compelling major debate on the future of corporate governance was one of the headline events at the Australian Governance Summit (AGS). Three distinguished speakers included ANZ Bank chairman David ...

Creating value and balancing stakeholder needs: AICD-KPMG report

In 2019, the customer is at the core of boards’ thinking, according to the latest KPMG and AICD survey of company directors.

The accidental chair

Ming Long was asked to step up to chair of AMP Capital Funds Management in 2017 after less than a year on the board. Here she recounts her character building experience.
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