The Boardroom Report

Volume 12 | Issue 22 | 12 November 2014

Boards failing globalisation test

Despite an increase in the number of companies doing business internationally, many are falling short when it comes to appointing global board members.

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  • NFPs tripping over their own rules

    Self-imposed rules are compromising the ability of Australian not-for-profit and non-government organisations to deliver services, a new report has found.

  • Tax reform top priority for directors

    Multinational tax arrangements, such as transfer pricing should be a top priority for reform in any comprehensive review of the current taxation system.

  • Directors call for start-up support

    Full support should be provided to start-ups and R&D organisations, the 2014 second half Director Sentiment Index has revealed. 

  • Directors down on Aussie economy

    Directors are more pessimistic about the future health of the Australian economy than ever before, a recent study has found.

  • ASIC updates incentive schemes

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has updated its regulatory guide and released new class orders on employee incentive schemes.

  • Study finds hiring manager bias

    Despite greater emphasis on gender diversity, a study has found that both male and female hiring managers are more likely to recruit a male candidate.

     

  • Bruce-Smith joins Intelledox

    Global digitalisation software company, Intelledox has appointed former Atlassian executive, John Bruce-Smith, as its chief financial officer.