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  • 01 Aug 2014

    Building up meaningful board packs

    Directors have always had to rely on what management tells them, but they have never been more concerned about the quality of their board packs. “We’ve certainly seen increasing pressure on boards to perform and I think that’s made them think more carefully about the quality of ...

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  • 01 May 2014

    Should directors think like owners

    Many boards still think like short-term monitors of management. Domini Stuart investigates whether thinking like an owner would enhance their performance and give them a longer-term perspective. Would directors be more attuned to the long-term viability and health of their companies if they though...

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  • 01 Jul 2013

    Making a graceful exit

    Just as they prepare to retire, many baby boomers are finding it’s getting harder to sell their businesses. Domini Stuart finds out why and provides some tips on how to prepare for a graceful exit. In the years leading up to the global financial crisis (GFC), businesses were so easy to se...

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  • 01 Apr 2013

    New executive pay worries

    Listed companies have jumped many hurdles to improve their executive pay practices and avoid falling foul of the "two-strikes" law. Now, as Domini Stuart reports, a new wave of pay reforms are heading their way. The second reporting season since the introduction of the "two-strikes" rule l...

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